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1 .206J/16.77J/ESD.215J    Airline Schedule Planning Cynthia Barnhart Spring 2003  
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1.206J/16.77J/ESD.215J    Airline  Schedule Planning Outline – Sign-up Sheet – Syllabus – The Schedule Planning Process – Flight Networks • Time-line networks • Connection networks – Acyclic Networks – Shortest Paths on Acyclic Networks – Multi-label Shortest Paths on Acyclic Networks
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Fleet Planning Schedule Planning - Route Development - Schedule Development o Frequency Planning o Timetable Development o Fleet Assignment o Aircraft Rotations Crew Scheduling Airport Resource Management Pricing Revenue Management Sales and Distribution Operations Control SHORT TERM LONG TERM T A C I L S R E G Time Horizon y p e s o f D c i n  
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Route individual aircraft honoring maintenance restrictions Assign aircraft types to flight legs such that contribution is maximized A flight specifies origin, destination, and departure time Contribution = Revenue - Costs Airline Schedule Planning Schedule Design Fleet Assignment Aircraft Routing Crew Scheduling Select optimal set of flight legs in a schedule Assign crew (pilots and/or flight attendants) to flight legs
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Airline   Schedule   Planning:   Integration Schedule Design Fleet Assignment Aircraft Routing Crew Scheduling
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Airline   Schedule   Planning:   Integration Schedule Design Fleet Assignment Aircraft Routing Crew Scheduling   
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Flight Schedule • Minimum turn times = 30 minutes   Flight  No. Origin Destin. Dep.  Time Arrival  Time 1 A B 6:30 8:30 2 B C 9:30 11:00 3 C B 16:00 17:00 4 B A 18:00 20:00
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Time-Space Flight Network Nodes • Associated with each node  is a  location  l(j)  and a  time  t(j) A Departure Node  corresponds to a  flight departure from location  l(j)  at time  t(j) An Arrival Node  corresponds to a  flight arrival at location  l(j)  at time  t(j) –  min_turn_time  t(j)= arrival time of flight + min_turn_time  = flight ready time
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Time-Space Flight Network Arcs • Associated with each arc  jk  (with  endnodes  and  k )  is an aircraft  movement in space and time A Flight Arc  jk  represents a flight  departing location  l(j)  at time  t(j)  and  arriving at location  l(k)  at time  t(k) –  min_turn_time
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course AERO 16.72 taught by Professor Hansman during the Fall '06 term at MIT.

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