The course provides a detailed study of the international regulatory framework governing the issues of forming a seasonal flight schedule. Students will receive detailed information on how to determine the capacity of the airport and the airport is classified as a level of capacity utilization and workload. Learn what "season of navigation", "slot", "series of slots", "historical slots" in which airports slots applied, what is the difference between ATS slots and airport slot. In the course students will be able to get acquainted with the requirements of Section 6 of the IATA Schedules Formation (SSIM), will examine in detail the sequence of procedures and airport coordinators and experts scheduled airlines in the formation flight schedule before the conference scheduled IATA (SCC), during the conference and after it. Students will receive information on how to prepare and take part in the conference.
1. Introduction into the course: The legal framework governing international civil aviation; International Civil Aviation Organization - ICAO, IATA, ACI, ATA, etc .; The Convention on International Civil Aviation and its Annexes; Standards and Recommended Practices (SARP's).
2. The transmission capacity of the airport: Factors affecting the overall capacity of the airport; the procedure for calculating the capacity of the maneuvering area; the procedure for calculating the capacity of platform; the procedure for calculating the capacity of passenger and cargo terminals; Manual IATA «Airport Development References Manual»; Making data on airport capacity in summary form IATA Notice of Airport Capacity (NAC).
3. Formation of a seasonal schedule: The regulatory framework governing the formation of a seasonal schedule; Used terminology and definitions; Manual IATA «Standard Schedule Information Manual» (SSIM); description formats and message types that are used in the process of coordinating the slot; Request codes and their application by the airlines and the slot coordinator; Manual IATA «Worldwide Scheduling Guidelines» (WSG); Seasonal calendar for the coordinator; The impact of airport capacity in the flight restrictions; classification of airports in the degree of capacity; especially in the formation of the seasonal flight schedule for airports at various levels capacity; coordination of flight schedules.
4. Worldwide Slot Guidelines, the procedure for forming a seasonal schedules: classification of airports; order of transfer airports from one level to another coordinating schedules; procedure for the exchange of data before, during and after the conference IATA schedule; IATA calendar coordination; the role of the Coordinating Committee.