Airline Responsibility

Please appoint a person/ position responsible for the administration of TOBT for flights within your area of responsibility by sending an e-mail with the following information

  • Company name
  • Name of User or position
  • Postal address
  • Building and room number
  • Telephone number
  • Fax number
  • E-mail address

to following e-mail address: info@cdm.frankfurt-airport.com.

The Common Situational Awawareness Tool (CSA-Tool) is the web-based information sharing plattform for the Frankfurt Airport CDM procedure.In the CSA-Tool all relevant process information of the
turn-round-process is displayed for the respective user's flights. Hence the CSA-Tool enables all partners to access all information concerning their flights. Beyond that the CSA-Tool offers the possibility to manually administer and update the TOBT. It also provides important airport information such as weather conditions or runways in use.In case you want to use the CSA-Tool, please register by following to the link and completing the application form:

In the context of A-CDM Aircraft Operators are requested to set the Begin Boarding status for their flights. At Frankfurt Airport Begin Boarding has to be initiated by using the Begin Boarding function of the Digital Gate Announcement System (DGA). Please register for the Digital Gate Announcement System (DGA) by sending an e-mail with the Name and SITA-address of your company at Frankfurt to following people of
Fraport:


announcement@fraport.de and info@cdm.frankfurt-airport.com

In case of questions or problems, please contact announcement@fraport.de.


For more information about the Begin Boarding function and its use please click here.

Please provide the Minimum Turn-Round Time (MTTT) to Frankfurt Airport:

  • The MTTT equates to the minimum turn-round time for a flight. It is stored as master data in the AODB INFOplus. The MTTT indicates the duration of the turn-round process of a flight in dependence to aircraft type, aircraft operator and the route classification.
  • The Aircraft Operator is obliged to provide the MTTT to the Flightscheduling Department, Airside Coordination Data Center (ACDC) of Fraport for all flights and for each new flight plan period (according to the "Regulation for the usage of the airport", Guidelines for the customers G.5.1.4 Traffic management).
  • The MTTT is an important parameter for the calculation of target times within Airport-CDM. It is a prerequisite for a flight to take part in the Airport-CDM process. Should the MTTT not be delivered within the set deadline the Flight Plan Office will generate a substitute from operational data of the previous flight season and store this data in the AODB.

During the A-CDM process different alerts will be generated and sent to defined mail addresses. For information about the alerts please refer to this presentation:

For more Information on how to assign the alerts to dedicated addressees, please refer to this circular:

The standard form for the E-Mail Addressee list is here:

For more information about A-CDM Alerts please click here.