Slot Coordination Czech Republic - an association of legal entities - is an independent non-profit organisation responsible under a mandate from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Czech Republic for airport slots planning and allocation and at the same time slot monitoring - supervising their use - within the Czech Republic.
Currently Slot Coordination Czech Republic provides these services for the Prague Airport.
The Slot Coordination Fee is set up at 16 CZK (per turnaround) with effect from 31.3.2019
The Online Coordination System is effective from W11 season.
For slot availability at PRG airport please visit:
Slot Coordination Prague was established on the 04 January 2002 as an independent non-profit company (legally as the Professional Association of Legal Entities) and is operative since 01 January 2003.
From 1st January 2009 has been renamed to Slot Coordination
The Slot Coordination Czech Republic is a body responsible for allocation of the airport slots at Airport Prague Ruzyne – Level 3 – coordinated airport.
Air Traffic Control
Effective 1 January 2018 Slot Coordination Czech Republic is financed by the payment of Slot Coordination Fee
The Slot Coordination Czech Republic is authorized to charge the Slot Coordination Fee based on the approval of the Ministry of Transport-Civil Aviation Department and Civil Aviation Authority,
The financing of the Slot Coordination Czech Republic will be provided through the costs shared between Prague Airport Operator and the Slot Coordination Fees collected from the aircraft operators.
The fee was set up at 20 CZK per turnaround (10 CZK per single slot) for the period from 1.1.2018 until 30.3.2019.
The fee is set up at 16 CZK per turnaround (8 CZK per single slot)
for the S19 and the W19 seasons (period from 31.3.2019 until 28.3.2020)
The Slot Coordination Fee is published in the AIP Czech Republic part GEN 4 and will be collected by the Prague Airport Operator from the aircraft operators together with airport charges.
The aircraft noise certificate shall be delivered before flight execution