CountryCoordinationEmailOrganisationfundingscomputer system
Austria (AT)SCA Schedule Coordination Austria GmbHoffice@slots-austria.comSchedule Coordination Austria GmbH is owned by the Austrian air carriers and airports.SCA partially funded by the Scheduled Coordinations Service Fee and by the airports in AustriaSCORE
Belgium (BE)BELGIUM SLOT CO-ORDINATION vzw (BSC)bruacxh@brucoord.orgNon Profit organisation. Members of the board: - Airlines (4): TNT (President), Brussels Airlines, Thomas Cook, Jetair fly, - The Brussels Airport Company (3) slot fee 1,95€ / mvt SAMS
Bulgaria (BG)SOFIA AIRPORT SLOT COORDINATION DPTslot.coordination@sofia-airport.bgOwned by Sofia International AirportFunded by state charges In-House software
Croatia (HR)Split Airportgoran.boric@split-airport.hr   
Cyprus (CY)Cyprus Schedules Facilitationdtheodorou@dca.mcw.gov.cyThe Schedules Facilitator is appointed, as a natural person, by the Council of Ministers of the Government of CyprusFunding is shared between the Government of Cyprus, the airports' operator and the Cyprus-registered/based air carriers.SCORE
Czech Republic (CZ)SLOT COORDINATION CZECH REPUBLICmichal.simacek@prg.aeroSlot Coordination Prague is a Professional Association of Legal Entities. Members are: Airport Prague, Czech Airlines, Travel ServiceCo-Financed by Airport Prague, Czech Airlines, Travel ServiceSCORE
Denmark (DK)ACD A/Sacd@airportcoordination.comACD A/S - owned by Copenhagen Airports with 50% & Airlines with 50%. Non profit company. Valid for CPH Airport/ALL Operators: Basic Slot Coordination DKK: 7,40/per movement, plus aditionel Go-Parking Coordination DKK: 3,70/per movement - both amounts shared 50/50 between CPH Airport and Operators. The payment from operators will be collected by CPH Airport - on behalf of ACD. Valid for AAR, AAL, BLL, ODE & RKE: Coordination and/or Datacollecting paid by the individual Airport.Score
Estonia (EE)Collected by ACD A/S Denmarkacd@airportcoordination.comServed by ACD-DenmarkServed by ACD-DenmarkScore/Common Nordic Server - Served by ACD-Denmark
Faroe Islands (FO)Coordinated by ACD - Denmark acd@airportcoordination.comServed by ACD-DenmarkServed by ACD-DenmarkScore, Common Nordic Server - Served by ACD-Denmark
Finland (FI)AIRPORT COORDINATION FINLANDtiina.nokkala@slotcoord.comMember can be :The operator of Helsinki-Vantaa Airport; an airline in possession of a Finnish Air Operator’s Certificate and Operating Licence operating scheduled or programmed charter services to/from Helsinki-Vantaa airport. An airline in possession of a foreign Air Operator’s Certificate and Operating Licence operating domestic scheduled or programmed charter services to/from Helsinki- Vantaa airport.The costs accrued from daily activities will be borne by the members as follows: Ilmailulaitos - Finavia 45 %, and the airlines together 55 % so that the maximum cost share of any single member must be below 49 % and minimum 3 %. The costs of airlines are based on the number of passenger carried by the member airline previous year. Funding in the year 2008:Finavia 45 %, Finnair Oyj 43 %, Blue1Oy 9 %, Finncomm Airlines 3 % and Air Finland 3 % of the total costs.SCORE
France (FR)COHOR, Airport coordination, Francecohor@cohor.orgNon-Profit association of 10 carriers (Aigle Azur, Air Caraibes, Air France, Hop, Air Corsica, Corsair, ASL Airlines France, Openskies, Transavia, XL Airways), the French Board of Airlines Representatives and 3 airport managing bodies (Aéroports de Paris, Aéroport de Lyon, Aéroport de Nice) and UAF (Union des Aéroports Français). Each member has one single vote. The Managing Director (and at the same time Head of Coordination) is specifically appointed to perform airport coordination and slot monitoring duties with his team, independently from the Board.The costs are mainly covered by airport coordination or schedule facilitation service fees equally paid per landing by all airlines or aircraft operators operating on any airport being coordinated or schedules facilitated by COHOR in France. Airports collect the coordination or facilitation service fees on behalf of COHOR with the airlines and aircraft operators. Specific arrangements are made for airports coordinated or facilitated for exceptional circumstances (refer to COHOR's Website). COHOR's budget for fiscal year 01 APR 2017-31 MAR 2018: 1.73M€SLOTIX - The Slot Coordination tool was designed by COHOR and developed by a software company, Cambridge On Line. COHOR owns the IPR of the software. SLOTIX is available to interested coordinators or facilitators. COHOR also developed jointly with the German Coordination an on-line coordination software : e-Airportslots.aero. This free of charge web interface can be used by airlines for coordination but also for General and Business Aviation slot requests mainly via Ground Handling agents at French coordinated airports or directly by authorized operators. Via e-Airportslots.aero airlines can manage their slot portfolios on several airports around the world. e-Airportslots.aero is now managed by an association of coordinators : IACS (International Airport Coordination Support) based in Belgium. All coordinators or facilitators using a coordination software with interfacing capabilities using IATA XML webservices can be connected to e-Airportslots.aero.
Germany (DE)FHKD, Airport Coordination Germanyarmin.obert@fhkd.orgORGANISATION/OWNERSHIP/MEMBERSHIP AND LEGAL STATUS Germany has appointed a natural person (Mr. Armin Obert) as the Airport Coordinator of the Federal Republic of Germany (Fluko) according to Article 4 of EU Regulation 95/93. The final responsibilities for all duties lie with the Appointed Airport Coordinator. The Airport Coordinator reports to the German Federal Ministry of Transport and is subject to legal supervision. The Airport Coordinator may recruit staff members from German airlines or other suitable sources. Airport Coordination Germany is funded jointly by the German airlines and the airports who have formed an assembly for its task. The non-profit organisation has given guarantees for the necessary funding towards Airport Coordination Germany and the German Federal Ministry of Transport. A committee, consisting of members of the assembly, acts as the Financial Committee of a supervisory board. The final responsibility of the fundings lies with the Federal Ministry of Transport for reasons of neutrality. Airport Coordination Germany's annual turnover is about EURO 3,0 Mio. Airport Coordination Germany is using SAMS (Slot Allocation and Monitoring System), which has gone operational by April, 2002. The system was developed and is run by the German software-house T-Systems. SAMS includes a sophisticated online coordination tool since 2005.
Greece (GR)HELLENIC SLOT COORDINATION AUTHORITYchairman-hsca@athensairport.grHSCA is an independent organization which performs slot allocation according the IATA WSG and EEC Regulation 95/93 as amended by Regulation 793/2004. HSCA uses SCORE.
Hungary (HU)HungaroControl Pte.Ltd.Co.budcoord@hungarocontrol.huAirport Coordination is a department of HungaroControl Pte. Ltd. Co., which is the Hungarian Air Navigation Services Provider. The Hungarian Act XCVII of 1995 on Aviation appoints HungaroControl to perform the tasks of airport coordination and schedules facilitation.HungaroControl’s activity is financed through collecting air navigation charges. No revenue is derived directly from the coordination/facilitation services provided, as presently charges have to be paid neither by the airlines operating to Hungary, nor by Budapest Airport Plc. SAMS
Iceland (IS)Coordinated by ACD A/Sacd@airportcoordination.comServed by ACD-DenmarkServed by ACD-DenmarkScore
Ireland (IE)ACL International, Irelandchris.bosworth@acl-uk.orgACL International is a division of Airport Coordination Limited, focused on providing coordination services outside of the UK, as well as slot trading, data sales & analysis, and consultancy & training services worldwide. ACL International coordinates airports in Dubai, Ireland, Poland and Canada.Dubai (DXB and DWC) coordination is undertaken on behalf of Dubai Airports. Dublin (DUB) coordination is on appointment by the Irish Commission for Aviation Regulation following an open tender process. The costs of coordination are paid 50% by the airport and 50% by Irish air carriers. Warsaw Chopin (WAW) coordination is on appointment by the President of Civil Aviation in Poland following an open tender process. The costs of coordination are paid 50% by the airport and 50% by all air carriers operating at WAW. Toronto City Airport is coordinated on behalf of the Toronto Port Authority.SCORE
Italy (IT)ASSOCLEARANCEsegreteria@assoclearance.itPublic person - Non Profit Association among carriers & Airports (see web website for details)50% of cost is beared by carriers and 50% by Airports according to the slots assigned for carriers and to the movements (arrival + departure) for airports. SCORE / CTRSLOT
Luxembourg (LU)Luxembourg Coordinationlonacxh@acl-uk.org   
Malta (MT)SCHEDULE COORDINATION MALTAmartin.dalmas@maltairport.comMalta International Airport Plc.Funded by Malta International AirportIn-House software + SMART
Netherlands (NL)SACN, Airport Coordination Netherlandsinfo@slotcoordination.nlBy Decree of the Minister of Transport, Public Works and Water Management the independent foundation SACN has been appointed as the coordinator for the Dutch coordinated airports. SACN has a Supervisory Board consisting of representatives of 4 participating home-carriers and of 3 airports, with a rotating chairmanship. SACN is being funded by home-carriers (60%) and by Airports (40%). SACN’s annual budget (1 April 2015 – 31 March 2016) is approx. 0,632 mln. Euro. SAMS
Norway (NO)ACN, Airport Coordination Norway ASfred.andreas.wister@osl.noAirport Coordination Norway AS is a registered limited company under Norwegian private law. The stocks are owned 50% by coordinated airports and 50% by Norwegian licensed scheduled air carriers.Y 50%. The Board have representatives from airport operators Avinor and Oslo Airport, as well as the airlines SAS and Norwegian Air Shuttle. Airport Coordination Norway Ltd is a non profit company 50% from Avinor and Oslo Airport and 50% from Norwegian licensed scheduled airlines based on number of slots. SCORE
Poland (PL)ACL International, Polandchris.bosworth@acl-uk.orgACL International is a division of Airport Coordination Limited, focused on providing coordination services outside of the UK, as well as slot trading, data sales & analysis, and consultancy & training services worldwide. ACL International coordinates airports in Dubai, Ireland, Poland and Canada.Dubai (DXB and DWC) coordination is undertaken on behalf of Dubai Airports. Dublin (DUB) coordination is on appointment by the Irish Commission for Aviation Regulation following an open tender process. The costs of coordination are paid 50% by the airport and 50% by Irish air carriers. Warsaw Chopin (WAW) coordination is on appointment by the President of Civil Aviation in Poland following an open tender process. The costs of coordination are paid 50% by the airport and 50% by all air carriers operating at WAW. Toronto City Airport is coordinated on behalf of the Toronto Port Authority.SCORE
Portugal (PT)ANA- Aeroportos de Portugalidcysneiros@ana.ptANA Aeroportos de Portugal, SA is a private company in charge of the management,operation and development of the Lisbon, Oporto, Faro, Ponta Delgada, Santa Maria, Horta and Flores airports, which represented in 2013 a total of 29.570.070 passengers and a turnover of 377.793 million Euro. By Decree Law 109/2008 of 26th June, ANA, Aeroportos de Portugal, S.A., was appointed as the national coordinating and facilitating body for the slot allocation process for which this company has an autonomous structure.The provision of the service of slot coordination will be supported by the creation of a fee, charged together with the landing and take-off taxes, which shall cover operating costs, predicted future investments and financial costs including a margin of reasonability. In this way, the financing of the service of slot coordination is supported 50% by the managing bodies of the coordinated or schedules facilitated airports and the remaining 50% by the aforementioned tax to be paid by all the air carriers or operators which operate in the coordinated and schedules facilitated airports.SCORE
Spain (ES)AECFAimonasterio@aecfa.esAECFA (Asociación Española para la Coordinación y Facilitación de Franjas Horarias) is a private and non-profit Spanish association, which members are one airport managing body (Aena S.A.) and thirteen air carriers (Air Europa, Air Nostrum, Binter Canarias, Canarias Airlines, Condor Flugdienst, Iberia LAE, Iberia Express, Naysa, Ryanair Ltd., Swiftair, Thomas Cook Airlines UK, Thomson Airways and Vueling Airlines). Both categories of members (airport managing bodies and air carriers) are represented under a regime of voting parity in the governing bodies of the association (the General Meeting or Assembly and the Management Board). AECFA is a single Slot Coordinator and Schedules Facilitator and performs its functions in the whole territory of the Spanish State through the Director of Coordination, who has been also appointed by the Ministry of Development, at the proposal of AECFA and after submission of a report of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.The provision of the slot coordination and schedules facilitation services by AECFA, in virtue of its appointment as the Slot Coordinator and Schedules Facilitator for the Spanish airports, are remunerated through the payment of a public economic charge (public economic charge for the allocation of slots) by the airport managing bodies and the aircraft operators. The definition and applicable conditions of this public economic charge are established in Royal Decree-law 1/2014 (Third Article). This Royal Decree-law states that the airport managing bodies of the Spanish airports designated as Coordinated and Schedules Facilitated and the aircrafts operators with slots allocated or schedules facilitated at such airports are obliged to pay this charge. The amount of this public economic charge for the allocation of slots is 0,85€ per slot allocated and 0,43€ per schedule facilitated, to be paid by both the airport managing body and the aircraft operator. AECFA may also obtain additional incomes with the exercise of ancillary activities, providing that such ancillary activities do not come into conflict with the exercise of its principal function and that the incomes are intended to finance the costs of the slot coordination and schedules facilitation services.To provide the services for which it is responsible, AECFA uses a software called GESLOT. This slot coordination system is linked to the operational systems at the airports, supplying information about the slot allocated and schedule facilitated for each flight and receiving back the operational data of these flights for their further analysis.
Sweden (SE)ACS, Airport Coordination Swedenanders@acsslot.seACS is a non profit organization in accordance with Swedish law. The ownership of the company is shared between airports and airlines, with 50% each.ACS funding comes from the airport (50%) and the slot fee (50%). The slot fee is received from operators who operate at the level 3 airports in Sweden; Arlanda (ARN) and Bromma (BMA). SCORE
Switzerland (CH)SCS, Slot Coordination Switzerlandinfo@slotcoordination.chSCS is an independent non-profit organisation (association constituted under Swiss federal act). Members of the board are: Airport Geneva, Zurich Airport, Belair Airlines, EasyJet Switzerland, Edelweiss Air, Swiss Intl. Air Lines, as observer the Federal Office of Civil AviationSlot Service Fee for each IFR flight operated. 50% paid by Swiss airports, 50% by airlines/operators. At Geneva GA/BA flights are excluded from Slot Service Fee as coordination of such flights is done by Geneva airport itself.SCORE
United Kingdom (GB)ACL, Airport Coordination Limited, UKchris.bosworth@acl-uk.orgACL is a Company owned by 8 UK airlines that are bound together by a Participation Agreement contract) between them. Its status is “Limited by Guarantee” i.e. it is a non-profit making organisation but it is not a charity. The liability of its members is limited. ACL is funding jointly by airports and airlines with additional income coming from its commercial activities.SCORE