You have reached the website of Airport Coordination Netherlands. Any operator of an aircraft can only land or take off at a coordinated airport after having obtained slots.
Airport Coordination Netherlands allocates slots at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Eindhoven Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport.
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Requests for night slot
Since the number of unplanned night movements has been increasing continuously and substantially over the past period, with effect from July 1st , 2016 ad hoc night slot requests will no longer be granted during the remainder of S16 in order not to exceed the total number of night movements allowed.
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When Airport Coordination Netherlands is not available, slot management can be done via www.e-airportslots.aero
Air France-KLM / Delta / Alitalia Transatlantic Joint Venture – Slot Release Procedure for IATA Summer 2017 Season
On 12 May 2015, the European Commission adopted a decision under Article 9 of Regulation 1/2003 in relation to the transatlantic joint venture agreement between Air France/KLM, Alitalia and Delta (‘the Parties’). The decision made the commitments offered by the joint venture parties legally binding (case AT.39964).
Under the commitments, the Parties offered to make landing and take-off slots available at Amsterdam and/or New York airports (JFK or Newark) to enable competing airlines to operate a daily service on the Amsterdam-New York route, as well as slots at Rome and/or New York (JFK and Newark) to enable competing airlines to operate a daily service on the Rome-New York route.
Applications for slots for IATA Summer 2017 Season
Smith & Williamson LLP has been appointed by the European Commission as the Monitoring Trustee to monitor the implementation of commitments given by the Parties.
The Monitoring Trustee is inviting applications for slots for IATA Summer 2017 Season on the following routes:
- Amsterdam– New York (JFK or Newark airports) (up to 7 slots per week)
- Rome – New York (JFK or Newark airports) (up to 7 slots per week)
Airlines which wish to apply for slots on these routes must follow the procedure set out on the Monitoring Trustee's dedicated website, available here:
Published: 21 July 2016
- no air traffic is possible due scheduled work in progress from Sunday 29MAY2016 21:30 UTC (23:30 LT) until Thursday 16JUN2016 05:00 UTC (07:00 LT). This is also indicated in paragraph B.4. of the capacity declaration for S16.
- paragraph B.4. of the capacity declaration for S16 has to be interpretated as decribed in Slot allocation procedure closure period EIN in S16
Please use our portal e-Airportslots for your online slot management.
The Portal has the following functionalities: retrieve flight, add flight, modify flight, waitlist, slot availability etc.
Full access* will be granted to:
- Any airline requesting one, provided it has a valid operating license and AOC. The applying airline might be requested to send a copy of the operating license and AOC;
- Slot coordinators and facilitators requesting one for the airport(s) of their country;
- (GA) operators (NB a GA operator can either apply for slots through e-Airportslots , or through a handler at AMS. A combination is not possible.)
Read access shall be granted to
- any Civil Aviation Authority and other national and local authorities requesting one for the airport(s) of their country;
- any ANSP requesting one for the airport(s) of their country;
- any Airport Management Body requesting one for its airport(s);
- slot coordinators and facilitators for other airports than the one(s) of their country.
In principle no access shall be granted to other entities such as brokers, fuel companies, catering firms, consultancy companies, journalists, community organisations, independent agencies, etc.
The application form to apply for access can be downloaded here.
- Capacity declaration EIN W16
- Capacity declaration AMS W16
- Capacity declaration RTM W16
- Capacity declaration RTM S16
- Capacity declaration AMS S16
- Capacity declaration EIN S16
- CCN 2015 report & presentations
- Capacity declaration RTM W15 - version 2
- Capacity declaration EIN W15 - version 1
- Capacity declaration AMS W15
- IATA Slot Conference (SC139) 08-11 November 2016, Atlanta, US
- 31AUG2016 Historics Baseline Date
- 12SEP2016 SHL Deadline
- 29SEP2016 Agreed Historics Deadline
- 06OCT2016 Initial Submission Deadline
- 25OCT2016 IATA AppCal opened to coordinators
- 27OCT2016 SAL Deadline (no later than)
- 31OCT2016 IATA AppCal opened to airlines
- 08NOV2016 IATA SC139 in Atlanta (until 11NOV)
- 15JAN2017 Slot Return Deadline
- 31JAN2017 Historics Baseline Date
AmsterdamIn 2007, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol welcomed 47.8 million passengers and 1.6 million tonnes of cargo.
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RotterdamRotterdam Airport is the largest and most modern regional airport in the Netherlands, situated between the cities of Rotterdam and The Hague in the industrial heart of the country.
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EindhovenEindhoven Airport is the largest regional airport in The Netherlands and contributes to an efficient attainableness of the southern part of the country and the border region. The year 2007 ended with a growth again; from 1.2 million passengers in 2006 to 1.5 million in 2007.
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On this website you will find general information about all stages of the allocation process as well as detailed information relating the actual situation at the three coordinated airports.
With reference to Article 4 , paragraph 8, of Council Regulation 95/93 as amended, SACN will share information regarding historical slots, requested slots, allocated slots, remaining slots and details on the criteira being used in the allocation with interested parties only. Within the European Airport Coordinators Association the following entities are considered as "interested parties":
- The airport managing body with respect to data for the coordinated airport for which it is responsible (the airport has to prepare for the operation of the coordinated flights)
- The appropriate ATC/ATS office and Eurocontrol for the same reasons
- Air carriers and other operators (including general aviation) using the airport regularly
- European, national or regional authorities, the latter for their respective airports, having a genuine interest in receiving the schedule information according to article 4.8 of the EU Slot Regulation
- Other members and regular observers of the coordination committee in charge of the airport concerned in order to assist them with their duties at the coordination committee
- Air carrier associations, provided they are members of the coordination committee of the airport concerned.
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