Hierarchy of the sectors:
In every group there is a master sector, indicated with underlined fonts in the list below. The master sector takes care of every other sectors task inside its group, in case those have not been opened yet.
Under any circumstance, the master sector has to be opened first, followed by the other ones according to their description in the order stated above. A rule of thumb is that (except for Budapest Director and Budapest Apron) the other secondary sectors are only allowed to be opened during events and in case of extremely high traffic with the approval of HU-AOC/AOAC or HU-DIR/ADIR.
In case of a lateral sectorization the online sectors have to be the lowers (E1L and W1L). E1L and E3U must be online when vertical sectorization is in use. Mixed sectorization (both lateral and vertical) is also allowed. In this case the sector names are perspicuous.
The sector boundary line is the River Danube, EI manages the eastern and WI the western side below 9500 feet, except for the uncontrolled airspaces below Budapest TMA which is managed by NI.
|LHBP_TWR||118.100||BP AD||Budapest Tower||AS3|
|LHBP_G_GND||121.900||BP GRC||Budapest Ground||AS3|
|LHBP_A_GND||122.450||BP A GRC||Budapest Apron||ADC|
|LHBP_DEL||134.550||BP CDC||Budapest Delivery||ADC|
Only flight information service is provided on the mentioned aerodromes. Opening facility on other airfields is not allowed as both on IVAO and in real life there is no significant traffic.