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- 3Collaborative Trajectory Options Program (CTOP)
- 2Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM)
- 2En Route Resource Allocation
- 2Strategic Planning
- 1Air Transportation
- 1Airline Competition
- 3Kim, A.
- 2Hansen, M.
- 1This work was in part sponsored by the Federal Aviation Administration, and was first presented at the 1st INFORMS Transportation Science and Logistics Society Workshop in Asilomar, CA. The authors would like to thank Bob Hoffman at Metron Aviation for providing invaluable insights and information.
- 1This work was sponsored by the FAA Office of Air Traffic Organization. We would like to thank Bob Hoffman, Dennis Gallus, and Nathaniel Gaertner at Metron Aviation for their great assistance, insights, and suggestions. We also thank Megan S. Ryerson of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Airspace Flow Programs (AFPs) assign ground delays to flights in order to limit flow through capacity constrained airspace regions. AFPs have been successful in controlling traffic with reasonable delays, but a new program called the Combined Trajectory Options Program, or CTOP, is being explored...
This paper presents a game theoretic model of a sequential capacity allocation process in a congestible transportation system. In this particular application, we investigate the governing principles at work in how airlines will time their requests for en route resources under capacity shortfalls...
The classic Air Traffic Flow Management literature has focused on the development of programs that typically aim to optimize total system-wide metrics in their resource allocation solutions. These system-optimal solutions are thought to be achievable because the airspace system is a highly...