CATIII vs. visiblilty/RVR, CATIII approach plates
1.) I fly a CAT I aircraft (C525) and today on approach to EDDG, the ATIS
said "ILS 25, CATIII, NSC, visibility 700m, RVR TDZ 600m..". I considered doing the approach because the CAT I requirements were fullfilled with RVR being above 550m in the TDZ, which, in my opinion, overrides the CATIII condition announced in the ATIS.
What do you think? Furthermore, if met conditions in the ATIS would have remained, would you have radioed "Negative CATIII aircraft but eligible to ILS approach due to RVR being above CAT I limit" or something similar?
By the way, the visibility improved rapidly so CATIII progressed to CAT II, CAT I and we ended up landing in CAVOK.
2.) I´ve seen CATI/CATII approach plates on Jeppesen charts but no CATIII approach plates. Why is that? Are they specially "tailored" for the eligible operators?