AIRPORTS SLOTS AND SCHEDULING
Course aim The aim of the course is to help the participants learn how to allocate and coordinate airport slots by applying IATA's Worldwide Slot Guidelines (WSG), the accepted global standard for the policies, principles, and procedures of airport slot management. The participants will learn how to apply the standard procedures for communication from IATA's Standard Schedules Information Manual (SSIM) to exchange their airport slot coordination to airlines. This course is recommended for Airline slot managers and network staff, Airport slot coordination staff, Civil aviation staff and Handling agents.
Course objectives After completing the course, the participants shall be able to:
- Allocate slots according to the requirements and procedures for either facilitated (level 2) airports or coordinated (level 3) airports
- Apply the standard procedures for communication between airlines and slot coordinators
- Maximize the slot portfolio management capabilities
- Apply slot procedures and understand the impact of international rules and regulations
- Execute slot messages in compliance with SSIM Chapter 6
- Analyse capacity constraints and historic slot eligibility
Course overview The course duration is 3 days and it is available as a classroom or in-company course.
Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for this course.
Content in brief
- IATA WSG (Principles of slot allocation, Policy, demand and capacity and Process of airport coordination)
- Airport levels and their procedures
- International rules and regulations
- Capacity constraints and the slot process
- Complaints and rights of appeal
- SSIM Chapter 6
- Slot monitoring and coordination procedures
- Slot Historic List (SHL)