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Airport Slot Coordination: Policy and Regulation (Classroom)
Some of these topics are also explored in the following virtual classroom course:
The aviation industry faces enormous challenges as a result of insufficient airport infrastructure across the globe. The Worldwide Airport Slot Guidelines (WASG) help the industry to meet the consumer demand for such infrastructure. This course will provide you with an enhanced understanding of these challenges, the policy that underpins the process and how Regulators have legislated to ensure efficient coordination that meets aviation needs according to the country’s strategy for Air Transport. Exploring the objectives of slot coordination, key regulatory considerations as well as the principles that have been developed to meet demand in a fair, transparent, and neutral way, those attending this course will come away with a better understanding of the components of successful and efficient use of scarce airport capacity through airport slot coordination.
Consumer benefits of airport slot coordination policy
Airline access and entry to congested airports
Slot allocation priorities
Historic precedence (“grandfather rights”)
Slot utilization definition and principles
Slot performance monitoring definition and principles
Slot mobility principles: transfers, swaps, and shared operations
Other slot policies that have been given consideration
International schedule planning exercise
Interpretation of the five pillars of the WASG
Slot allocation simulation exercises
Nine additional short exercises
Who should attend
This course is recommended for:
Civil aviation authorities and Regulators
Airline slot policy and slot managers, regulatory affairs executives
Airport capacity management managers, route development and aviation business directors.
Heads of slot policy, slot managers
An IATA Certificate of Completion is awarded to participants obtaining a grade of 70% or higher on all exercises and exams. A special distinction is awarded to participants obtaining a grade of 90% or higher.
This course is a step toward earning an IATA Diploma in: