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Optimization of aicraft trajectories in North Atlantic oceanic airspace

Abstract : Air traffic control in non-radar oceanic airspace has always been relatively limited. Current American and European projects aim at transiting from ground-based systems to satellite-based systems. New technologies will allow to reduce significantly the present aircraft separation standards. As a consequence, the aircraft crossing the North Atlantic will be able to follow better routes, which will improve the air traffic situation by decreasing of flight durations and congestion in pre-oceanic continental airspace. In this paper an optimization model is introduced and a simple methodology to solve this problem is proposed that yields encouraging preliminary results.
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Olga Rodionova, Mohammed Sbihi, Daniel Delahaye, Marcel Mongeau. Optimization of aicraft trajectories in North Atlantic oceanic airspace. ICRAT 2012, 5th International Conference on Research in Air Transportation, May 2012, Berkeley, United States. pp xxxx. ⟨hal-00938895⟩

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