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Paris Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG)

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Paris Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG)

ICAO code : LFPG
IATA  code : CDG

Handled by : Aéroports de Paris

Aiport Website : https://www.parisaeroport.fr/

Airport status  This airport has been declared as “coordinated” as per EU Regulation 95/93.
IATA status : level 3

Acces to the AIP of this airport

  • General information

    Hours of operations :

    24 hours.

    Night limitations :

    The orders issued on November 6, 2003 impose restrictive measures in night slot allocation between : 00:30 and 05:29 block local time for arrivals, 00:00 and 04:59 block local time for departures.

    Arrêté du 6 novembre 2003 relatif à l’attribution de créneaux horaires la nuit sur l’aérodrome de Paris – Charles-de-Gaulle

    Arrêté du 6 novembre 2003 portant restriction d’exploitation nocturne de certains aéronefs dépassant un seuil de bruit au décollage ou à l’atterrissage sur l’aérodrome de Paris – Charles-de-Gaulle – Version consolidée au 8 mai 2012

    Arrêté du 6 novembre 2003 portant interdiction entre 0 heure et 5 heures des décollages d’aéronefs non programmés pendant ladite période horaire sur l’aérodrome de Paris – Charles-de-Gaulle – Version consolidée au 2 mai 2019

    Order of May 31, 2016 on the air traffic distribution between the airports of Paris-Le Bourget, Paris-Orly and Paris-Charles De Gaulle 

    July 1st 2012 : Charles De Gaulle Airport guideline for slot swaps or transfers 

    Carriers already holding slots in these timeframes before the publication of the order were individually given a night quota in accordance with the terms of the order.

    A carrier without any night quota is not allowed to operate during these timeframes.

    Be careful : the French DGAC approves the carriers’ flight schedules (traffic rights) provided that the airport slots are also allocated by the Coordinator, COHOR. This DGAC approval should never been interpreted as an exemption of the order of 6th November, 2003.

    The quotas for the next equivalent season are calculated in accordance with the terms of the order.

    Any deleted night slot is definitely lost and cannot be re-scheduled later in the season.

    Any unused night slot is also definitely lost for the current season.

    Sanction process : all performed aircraft movements are systematically checked on a daily basis. The movements without appropriate slots allocated by COHOR are notified to the Authorities in charge of infringements :

    NB : a diversion to Paris – Charles de Gaulle airport due to the Paris –Orly airport curfew would not be considered as a reason for exemption from sanctions as the CDG noise reduction regulation is also applicable in case of operational problems.

    These measures are not applicable to emergencies related to the security of flights or of persons, and take-off or landing movements related to humanitarian missions, military, medical and official flights.

    Traffic to be coordinated :

    All types of operations. Only Slots for scheduled traffic are coordinated from the Scheduling Conference until the slot return deadline (15 January for the Summer season and 15 August for the Winter season).

    Type of Operations At IATA SC

    Post SC

    Scheduled

    X

    X

    Regular Charter / IT

    X

    X

    Irregular Charter / IT Requests not considered before the 31 january for Summer season or 31 August for Winter Season

    Clearance requests (Reference IATA Standard Schedule Information Manual Chapter 6) : 

    All clearance requests must be sent to COHOR via  e-mail : slots@cohor.org

    SCR’s sent by email must be plain text and not contain any logos and/or signatures!

    Clearance requests will be processed during COHOR’s office hours.
    Outside normal office hours ( evenings, weekends, public holidays) please consult e-Airportslots

    All modifications to initial slot details must be notified to the coordinator.

    When applicable, the coordinator must be informed of any joint operation/franchise/code sharing agreements prior to the beginning of such operations.

    Air France-KLM merger
    Slot release Procedure for IATA Summer 2018 Season

  • Airport constraints

    The airport capacity is set by the French Civil Aviation Authorities (DGAC) and the coordination parameters are published in the French Journal Officiel.

    Slot definition :

    A slot is defined as a 10 minutes period. There are 6 slots in the hour, from the hour to 9 mn after, from 10 to 19 mn after the hour, from 20 to 29 mn after the hour, from 30 to 39 mn after the hour, from 40 to 49 mn after the hour, and from 50 to 59 mn after the hour. For example, scheduled times of 06:00 and 06:05 both belong to the same 10 minute slot.

    Runway scheduling limits and terminal constraints :

    Please refer to the specific season chart.

    Environmental constraints :

    ACNUSA (Autorité de Contrôle des Nuisances Sonores Aéroportuaires) is the authority legally entitled to impose an administrative fine against any infringement of legal measures relative to noise in the air transport.

    French Civil Aviation Code – article L227-4

  • W19

    Airport coordination parameters

    Runway scheduling limits : 

    Order of October 11th,2016 updating the modified order of October 19th, 1999 set the airport capacity of Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle :

    The acronym N (M) means that during the corresponding hour, a maximum of N movement can be scheduled for M period of 10 minutes, N-1 movement during the 6-M others periods of 10 minutes, provided that the other constraints in the corresponding hour are not exceeded.

    Terminal constraints : 

    The maximum departing passengers flows per hour by terminal are :

    Terminal 1 : 2100
    Terminal 2A : 1000
    Terminal 2C : 800
    Terminal 2D : 1200
    Terminal 2E : 5200
    Terminal 2F : 2800
    Terminal 2G : 700
    Terminal 3 : 1000

    These constraints are implemented by COHOR to warn carriers of possible difficulties in CDG terminals. Cooperation between these carriers and Aéroports de Paris is required to find solutions.

  • S19

    Airport coordination parameters

    Runway scheduling limits : 

    Order of October 11th,2016 updating the modified order of October 19th, 1999 set the airport capacity of Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle:

    The acronym N (M) means that during the corresponding hour, a maximum of N movement can be scheduled for M period of 10 minutes, N-1 movement during the 6-M others periods of 10 minutes, provided that the other constraints in the corresponding hour are not exceeded.

    Terminal constraints : 

    The maximum departing passengers flows per hour by terminal are :

    Terminal 1 : 2100
    Terminal 2A : 1000
    Terminal 2C : 800
    Terminal 2D : 1200
    Terminal 2E : 5200
    Terminal 2F : 2800
    Terminal 2G : 700
    Terminal 3 : 1000

    These constraints are implemented by COHOR to warn carriers of possible difficulties in CDG terminals. Cooperation between these carriers and Aéroports de Paris is required to find solutions.

    Histograms S19 at initial submission

  • W18

    Airport coordination parameters

    Runway scheduling limits : 

    Order of October 11th,2016 updating the modified order of October 19th, 1999 set the airport capacity of Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle :

    The acronym N (M) means that during the corresponding hour, a maximum of N movement can be scheduled for M period of 10 minutes, N-1 movement during the 6-M others periods of 10 minutes, provided that the other constraints in the corresponding hour are not exceeded.

    Terminal constraints : 

    The maximum departing passengers flows per hour by terminal are :

    Terminal 1 : 2100
    Terminal 2A : 1000
    Terminal 2C : 800
    Terminal 2D : 1200
    Terminal 2E : 5200
    Terminal 2F : 2800
    Terminal 2G : 700
    Terminal 3 : 1000

    These constraints are implemented by COHOR to warn carriers of possible difficulties in CDG terminals. Cooperation between these carriers and Aéroports de Paris is required to find solutions.

    Histograms W18 at initial submission

  • S18

    Airport coordination parameters

    Runway scheduling limits : 

    Order of October 11th,2016 updating the modified order of October 19th, 1999 set the airport capacity of Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle :

    The acronym N (M) means that during the corresponding hour, a maximum of N movement can be scheduled for M period of 10 minutes, N-1 movement during the 6-M others periods of 10 minutes, provided that the other constraints in the corresponding hour are not exceeded.

    Terminal constraints : 

    The maximum departing passengers flows per hour by terminal are :

    Terminal 1 : 2100
    Terminal 2A : 1000
    Terminal 2C : 800
    Terminal 2D : 1200
    Terminal 2E : 5200
    Terminal 2F : 2800
    Terminal 2G : 700
    Terminal 3 : 1000

    These constraints are implemented by COHOR to warn carriers of possible difficulties in CDG terminals. Cooperation between these carriers and Aéroports de Paris is required to find solutions.

    Histograms S18 at initial submission