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Paper 16 -- Advance Planning Through Schedule Analysis

Combining airline schedule data in one central repository would support evaluation of the day of operations impact of the future airline flight schedule.In this paper, three sample analyses are shown that use schedule data to project operational impact.The first simulates expected arrival delay at Chicago OHare International Airport (ORD) based on the schedule for July 2003 vs. July 2004.The second demonstrates the impact on arrival delay of a future schedule increase at Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport (ATL).The third shows the impact of single flight rescheduling or insertion on departure delay at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL).The need to account for unscheduled traffic, different scheduling implementations, and different operational scenarios is also addressed.This is not a comprehensive, rigorous study but is intended to demonstrate the types of analyses that can be conducted using schedule data.With this type of work, possible issues on the day of operations can be identified and potentially mitigated well in advance.
Theme: Traffic Flow Optimization
Posted by: Michelle Somerday / Other authors: Andre Merling
Note: Unset Received On Dec 16, 2005

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