Welcome to Japan Schedule Coodination(JSC)

Japan Schedule Coordination (JSC) is an independent non-profit organization under the Japan Aeronautic Association (JAA) which is a national foundation established for the purpose of promoting the development of aeronautics and astronautics in Japan and enhancing the cooperation with world aerospace communities. JSC is in charge of slot allocation for Narita International Airport (NRT), Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) (HND) and Fukuoka Airport (FUK) and schedule facilitation for Kansai International Airport (KIX) and New Chitose Airport (CTS).


Current Activities


11 May 2017: W17 Initial Submission Deadline
1 June 2017: W17 SAL Deadline
13-15 June 2017: IATA SC140 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
15 August: W17 Slot Return Deadline


11 September 2017: S18 SHL Deadline
28 September 2017: Agreed Histric Deadline
5 October 2017: S18 Initial Submission Deadline
26 October 2017: S18 SAL Deadline
7-10 November 2017: IATA SC141 in Madrid, Spain

IATA Slot Conference (SC)


The Slot Conference (SC) is a “Working Conference". With 1000 delegates, from over 200 airlines and representatives of over 60 schedules facilitated or fully coordinated airports, this semi-annual working conference is IATA's largest event. The goal of the conference is for airlines and airports to obtain the slots that will give them the best possible schedule to offer their customer.
The 140 Slot Conference (SC) for the 2017 Winter Scheduling Season, 29 October 2017 through 24 March 2018, was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from June 13 to 15, 2017.
The 141 Slot Conference (SC) for the 2018 Summer Scheduling Season, 25 March through 27 October 2018, will be held in Madrid, Spain from November 7 to 10, 2017.
>>>>>more detail(http://www.iata.org/events/sc141/Pages/index.aspx)
>>>>>more detail(http://www.iata.org/events/sc142/Pages/index.aspx)

IATA Worldwide Slot Guidelines (WSG)


IATA releases once a year the Worldwide Slot Guidelines (WSG) that defines the policy, principles and process for slot allocation that airlines schedulers, coordinators and facilitators have to follow. The airport levels, the role of airlines, airports, coordinators and facilitators, the priorities of coordination, and ‘Use It or Lose It' rule, etc. are defined in this WSG.
>>>>>more detail (http://iata.org/wsg)