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Overnight Parking Berlin TXL, EDDT
Attn all carriers operating into Berlin Tegel TXL,
please note that due to limited parking stands in TXL prior permission by the airport operator is strictly required for all scheduled overnight parking (see AIP EDDT AD 2.20 10.3).
In order to receive the overnight certificate(s), any airline intending to perform overnight stops in TXL is obliged to submit detailed rotational information to overnight@berlin-airport.de simultaneously to all coordination requests.
AIP_EDDT_AD_2.20_10.3.pdf
PDF-Dokument [93.8 KB]
NUE - runway closure APR-MAY 2018
2018 runway closure NUE.pdf
PDF-Dokument [24.9 KB]
HAM - Change of Status
Hamburg Airport has now been declared as a coordinated airport as per beginning of Summer season 2016 on 27MAR2016
HAM-Level3.pdf
PDF-Dokument [491.5 KB]
TXL - Berlin Tegel Aircraft Parking Information
TXL_Parking_Notam.pdf
PDF-Dokument [38.0 KB]

 

            ILA Publications NFL, AIP and Infos
           are available now and can be downloaded from here:

 

ILA - NFL 1-1228-18
1-1228-18.pdf
PDF-Dokument [343.6 KB]
ILA - NFL 1-1242 -18
1-1242-18.pdf
PDF-Dokument [286.7 KB]
ILA - 2018.03.06 ILA2018_Anflugflyer_Web_2
2018.03.06 ILA2018_Anflugflyer_Web_2.pdf
PDF-Dokument [3.6 MB]
ILA - ED_SUP_2018_06_en_2018-03-29_005
ED_SUP_2018_06_en_2018-03-29_005.pdf
PDF-Dokument [2.9 MB]
ILA - SUP_VFR_08_18_15MAR18_2018-03-15_008
SUP_VFR_08_18_15MAR18_2018-03-15_008.pdf
PDF-Dokument [1.6 MB]
ILA - NFL 1-1283-18
1-1283-18.pdf
PDF-Dokument [1.3 MB]

Case AT.39595 A++ JV MONITORING TRUSTEE

CompetitionRx is the Trustee approved by the European Commission for the monitoring of the Commitments given by Air Canada (AC), Deutsche Lufthansa AG (LH) and United Airlines, Inc. (UA) to the European Commission on 23 May 2013 (Article 9 decision in case AT.39595 Continental/United/Lufthansa/Air Canada).

 

The Final Commitments can be downloaded directly from the European Commission website using this link: Final Commitments PDF.

 

The Commission’s Press Release and Commitments Decision both of 23 May 2013 can also be downloaded.

 

Further information about the case is available from the Commission’s Case Page.

 

The general responsibilities of the Trustee are set out in section 5.2 of the Commitments. The Trustee also has specific responsibilities with respect to each commitment which are set out in the relevant sections of the Commitments.

 

 

Slot Release Procedure

Under the Commitments, an Applicant requesting slots under the Slot Release Procedure is first required to follow the three steps set out in Clause 1.3.1 of the Commitments at least seven (7) weeks before the Slot Request Submission Deadline (‘SRSD’) for the IATA season for which they are applying for slots. The SRSD for the IATA Winter Season 2018/2019 is Thursday 17 May 2018 and therefore the deadline for applications is 29 March 2018. 

The Trustee will open the applications process for the IATA Winter Season 2018/2019 on 1 March 2018. Applications for slots for the Winter Season 2018/2019 under the Slot Release Procedure of the Commitments must therefore be received by the Trustee by Close of Business (COB) on Thursday 29 March 2018. The COB deadline for applications is 6pm British Summer Time (BST). Applications received after this deadline will be rejected.

 

 

Availability of Slots for IATA Winter Season 2018/2019

The Trustee is inviting applications for slots (max. 7 Slots) on the Frankfurt – New York route (JFK or Newark airports).

To facilitate the submission of Slot Requests and processing of application information, the Trustee has prepared a Slot Request Application Form a copy of which may be requested by emailing the Trustee at:

justin.menezes@mazars.co.uk

stephen.wainwright@sdgworld.net

alex.lewis@mazars.co.uk

jacob.foad@mazars.co.uk

 

Applicants for Slot Requests are allowed to request anonymity, as set out in Clauses 1.3.1(c) and 1.3.5 of the Commitments.

Applicant Airlines that DO NOT require anonymity for their slot request/s at Frankfurt and New York are strongly encouraged also to contact (i) Airport Coordination Federal Republic of Germany (FHKD), for Frankfurt airport and (ii) The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for New York airports (or any other relevant U.S government agency administering capacity limitations at JFK and Newark Liberty airports) at the earliest opportunity.

 

 

Frankfurt:

In the first instance, prospective Applicants should contact Armin Obert, whose details are provided below.

Fluko Flughafenkoordination Deutschland GmbH
Terminal  2 Area E
Frankfurt
Germany

Email:

   

Armin.Obert@fhkd.org

       

Web Site:

   

http://www.fhkd.org/  

 

 

New York:

In the first instance, prospective Applicants should contact the FAA. Details are provided below:

Federal Aviation Administration

Office of the Chief Counsel

800 Independence Avenue SW

Washington, DC 20591

USA

Email:

 

7-awa-slotadmin@faa.gov

 
       

Web Site:

 

http://www.faa.gov/

 

 

Applicant Airlines that REQUIRE ANONYMITY under the terms of Clauses 1.3.1(c) and 1.3.5 of the Commitments should ONLY CONTACT THE MONITORING TRUSTEE through:

justin.menezes@mazars.co.uk
stephen.wainwright@sdgworld.net
alex.lewis@mazars.co.uk
jacob.foad@mazars.co.uk

 

Other contact information for the Monitoring Trustee:

A++ Monitoring Trustee
FAO Alex Lewis

Mazars LLP

Tower Bridge House

St Katherine’s Way

London

E1W 1DD

Tel: +207 063 4596/ +44 7881 284 080

 

 

A++ Joint Venture – Slot Release Procedure Summer 2018
In May 2013, the European Commission (EC) adopted a commitment decision under Article 9 of Regulation 1/2003 in relation to the transatlantic joint venture between Air Canada, Deutsche Lufthansa and United Airlines making the commitments legally binding on the parties (case AT.39595 Continental/United/Lufthansa/Air Canada). Under the commitments, the parties in particular offered to make landing and take-off slots available at Frankfurt and/or New York airports (JFK or Newark) for competing carriers to operate a daily service on the Frankfurt-New York route.

For the Summer 2018 Season, the Monitoring Trustee is inviting applications for Frankfurt-New York (JFK or Newark 7* week).

Please see the link for further details on the process that must be followed by airlines wishing to apply for these slots.

http://www.mazars.co.uk/Home/Our-Services/Audit-assurance/Monitoring-trustee-services/A-Transatlantic-Joint-Venture

 

Published: July 2017

 

 

To all GA/BA operators

With immediate effect, a new format for the “Airport Slot ID” is in place by adding the ICAO 4-letter code of the coordinated Airport. The Airport Slot ID has to be inserted in Field 18 of the flight plan.

RMK/ASLEDDF2304071234

If on a domestic flight both origin and destination are coordinated airports, an Airport Slot ID has to be inserted for both airports. The following example should be adhered to:

RMK/ASLEDDF2304071234 ASLEDDL2304071234

During the changeover period until 30.11.2014, both the old and new formats can be used.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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