The Strategic Air Lift Coordination Cell (SALCC) is a multinational military organization, established 2006.

The aim of SALCC is to effectively and efficiently manage the SALIS (Strategic Air Lift International Solution) contract at the executive level.

The eleven (11) participating nations in the SALIS-Contract (Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and the United Kingdom) operate their SALIS capabilities through the SALCC.

The coordination between the participants, NSPA and the Airline is the day-to-day business of SALCC.

The permanent staff of the SALCC is located in the building of the MCCE at Royal Netherlands Air Force Base Eindhoven (The Netherlands).

The SALCC Staff consists of one (1) SALCC CO and up to five (5) SALCC Operations Officers.

These positions are filled by member nations and are in principal rotational.