Disruption Management for an Airline - Rescheduling of aircraft

Jesper Larsen, Michael Løve, Kim Riis Sørensen, Jens Clausen

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    Abstract

    The Aircraft Recovery Problem (ARP) involves decisions concerning aircraft to flight assignments in situations where unforseen events have disrupted the existing flight schedule, e.g. bad weather causing flight delays. The aircraft recovery problem aims to recover these flight schedules through a series of reassignments of aircraft to flights, delaying of flights and cancellations of flights. This article demonstrates an effective method to solve ARP. A heuristic is implemented, which is able to generate feasible revised flight schedules of a good quality in less than 10 seconds. This article is a product of the DESCARTES project, a project funded by the European Union between the Technical University of Denmark, British Airways and Carmen.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationApplications of Evolutionary Computing
    EditorsS. Cagnoni, J. Gottlied, E. Hart, M. Middendorf, Gunter R. Raidl
    PublisherSpringer
    Publication date2002
    Pages315-324
    Publication statusPublished - 2002
    EventEvoWorkshops 2002 - Kinsale, Ireland
    Duration: 1 Jan 2002 → …

    Conference

    ConferenceEvoWorkshops 2002
    CityKinsale, Ireland
    Period01/01/2002 → …

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