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Modelling the airline costs of delay propagation

Cook, Andrew J. and Tanner, Graham (2011) Modelling the airline costs of delay propagation. In: AGIFORS Airline Operations Conference, 16th - 19th May 2011, London, United Kingdom.

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Reactionary delays constitute nearly half of all delay minutes in Europe. A capped, multi-component model is presented for estimating reactionary delay costs, as a non-linear function of primary delay duration. Maximum Take-Off Weights, historically established as a charging mechanism, may be used to model delay costs. Current industry reporting on delay is flight-centric. Passenger-centric metrics are needed to better understand delay propagation. In ATM, it is important to take account of contrasting flight- and passenger-centric effects, caused by cancellations, for example. Costs to airlines and passenger disutility will both continue to be driven by delay relative to the original schedule.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Research Community:University of Westminster > Architecture and the Built Environment, School of
ID Code:10626
Deposited On:12 Jun 2012 16:07
Last Modified:12 Jun 2012 16:07

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