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Why closing gaps in the Tokyo Convention will be a deterrent to unruly passenger behavior.
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Tony Tyler's address to the 1000 delegates from industry and media who gathered in Miami 7-9 June for IATA's 71st AGM
The prime objective of the slot process is to allow airlines to acquire, retain and exchange slots necessary to operate at a given airport. Through the allocation of slots, limited airport resources are efficiently used to benefit the greatest number of airport users and travelers. The slot allocation policies and processes are detailed in the Worldwide Slot Guidelines (WSG).
The WSG provides the global air transport community with a single set of standards for the management of airport slots. A living document, WSG is reviewed on a regular basis to keep up with industry and regulatory changes.
WSG Edition 7 - English version (pdf) Official version
Translations of Edition 7 will be uploaded to this site shortly.
If inconsistencies arise with other translations this English version always takes precedence
WSG Edition 5 - Brazilian version (versão português brasileiro) (pdf)
WSG Edition 5 - Chinese version (中国语言版本) (pdf)
WSG Edition 5 - Arabic version (إرشادات الخانات الزمنية العالمية) (pdf)
List for level 2 and level 3 airports (xls) as officially declared to IATA
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