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Passenger improver - A second phase method for integrated aircraft passenger recovery systems

Abstract : Airlines are permanently confronted to disruptions caused by external or internal factors like extreme weather conditions, unavailability of crew members, unexpected breakdowns of aircraft, or airport capacity shortages. These disruptions prevent the planned execution of the schedule, which either becomes suboptimal or infeasible. In this paper, a solution method to solve \the simultaneous aircraft and passenger recovery problem" is developed. This approach minimizes the impact of disruptions by taking into consideration the flight schedule, the fleet and maintenance management requirements and the impact on passengers, all simultaneously. This viewpoint is contrasted with the classical approach found in the literature that reallocates resources according to a common hierarchy: aircraft, crew, and finally passengers.
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Rodrigo Acuna-Agost, Mourad Boudia, Nicolas Jozefowiez, Catherine Mancel, Felix Mora-Camino. Passenger improver - A second phase method for integrated aircraft passenger recovery systems. TRISTAN VII 2010, 7th TRIennal Symposium on Transportation ANalysis, Jun 2010, Tromso, Norway. pp 1-4. ⟨hal-00938772⟩



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