Process New Path Request


This is the basic process for placing path request into the regular yearly timetable.

The date when a dossier is opened determines what kind of path request is made. So, for the next timetable year, until X-8, a new dossier with process type New Path Request will be made.

The X means the date when the new yearly timetable starts. The number 8 means 8 of months before the date X. Dossiers in this process should be submitted as path request until X-8. Dossiers opened before X-8, but submitted as a request after X-8 are automatically changed into the corresponding process type (Late Path Request or Ad hoc Path Request).

The whole process consists of the following phases (see table below for the extra phase for dossiers with PaPs):

Dossiers without PaPsDossiers with PaPs
  1. Open – Applicant Phase
  2. Harmonization – Applicant phase
  3. Path Request – IM phase
  4. Path Elaboration – IM phase
  5. Draft Timetable – Milestone
  6. Observations – Applicant phase
  7. Post-processing – IM phase
  8. Final Offer – Applicant phase
  9. Active timetable – Final phase
  10. Closed – Archive phase
  1. Open – Applicant Phase
  2. Harmonization – Applicant phase
  3. Pre-booking – RFC phase
  4. Path Request – IM phase
  5. Path Elaboration – IM phase
  6. Draft Timetable – Milestone
  7. Observations – Applicant phase
  8. Post-processing – IM phase
  9. Final Offer – Applicant phase
  10. Active timetable – Final phase
  11. Closed – Archive phase










    The dossier should run through all named process steps until Active timetable and it should be closed, when it is not needed anymore. Further information about process steps could be found under the description of phases.

    Phases of Path Request (Detail)

    For more details of these phases see Phases of Path Request