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At a coordinated airport, the Member State responsible shall ensure that a coordination committee is set up. The same coordination committee may be designated for more than one airport.


Making proposals concerning or advise the coordinator and/or the Member State on the following:

  • The possibilities for increasing the capacity of the airport determined in accordance with Article 3 or for improving its usage;
  • The coordination parameters to be determined in accordance with Article 6;
  • The methods of monitoring the use of allocated slots;
  • Local guidelines for the allocation of slots or the monitoring of the use of allocated slots, taking into account, inter alia, possible environmental concerns, as provided for in Article 8(5);
  • Improvements to traffic conditions prevailing at the airport in question;
  • Serious problems encountered by new entrants, as provided for in Article 10(9);
  • All questions relating to the capacity of the airport;
  • Dealing with complaints


The following are entitled to be a member of the Coordination Committee Netherlands (CCN):

  • Air carriers using a coordinated airport regularly
  • Representative organizations of air carriers using a coordinated airport regularly
  • Representatives of general aviation companies using a coordinated airport regularly
  • The airport operators
  • Air Traffic Control (LVNL)

Many organizations that are entitled to CCN membership are now actively participating in CCN meetings and receive relevant information on various relevant slot coordination issues.

New members can register by sending an e-mail to CCN secretary Tony Joustra, joustra_t@schiphol.nl, stating the intention of the organization to participate in CCN, the name of the person representing the organization in CCN and their contact details.

All CCN members are requested to notify the secretary of any changes of representatives and/or contact details.

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