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CEE 5614: Analysis of Air Transportation Systems Fall 2011 Final Graduation Exercise Date Due: December 14, 2011 (via email in PDF form) Instructor: Trani Include a brief writeup of the answers and explain your solution Include the Excel or Matlab file used to solve the problem Problem Solve a revised version of the Airline Scheduling Problem (ASP-1) explained in class with the following characteristics. The airline is evaluating the purchase of new generation narrow body aircraft (i.e., Boeing Max 737-8, Airbus A320 NEO and the Bombardier C-300 series aircraft) to operate out of Charlotte. Table 1 lists the aircraft that should be part of the analysis. Since none of these aircraft is in production yet, use a surrogate aircraft made by the same company (i.e., closest model) to derive approximate speed pro±les as a function of stage length for each aircraft. This information will be necessary to estimate travel times between airports. Table 1. Aircraft Operating Cost and Performance. Suggested by the Airframe Manufacturers. Aircraft
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This note was uploaded on 12/31/2011 for the course CEE 5614 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Virginia Tech.

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