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Optimization of Take-Off Runway Sequences for Airports Under a CDM Framework

  • Roland DerooEmail author
  • Alexandre Gama
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Abstract

With the regular growth of air traffic, airports are becoming the most critical part of the aircraft path. Improving ground operations to absorb the delays generated is becoming a necessity. This chapter presents a new departure sequencing algorithm based on operation research methods in the context of the CDM implementation over the European airports. This algorithm is described and results and benefits are demonstrated using data from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. The performance of the algorithm is also investigated using a fast-time simulation tool.

Keywords

Heuristic Algorithm Network Manager Collaborative Decision Make Aircraft Type Taxi Time 
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Notes

Acknowledgements

The authors would like to thank Aéroports de Paris and the CDM team for the provided data used for the test phases.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Service Technique de l’Aviation CivileBonneuil-sur-MarneFrance

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