Airside and landside modelling for determinig airport capacity
- Jacek Skorupski
Air traffic is carried out in selected air zones that are controlled by Air Traffic Services. The basic problem they encounter during realization of their tasks is excessive congestion of aircrafts in the airspace. The biggest congestion is observed in the airport area. To provide safety of controlled aircrafts one must know so called airport capacity, i.e. number of planes that can stay in airport area in given meteorological conditions, traffic organization, etc. In this paper, the airport capacity is defined and then a method of calculating the capacity is proposed. In this method air-port is modelled as a network, multiphase queuing system with several subsystems. In this model, output streams from one subsystem are the input ones to the next subsystem. Both airside and landside were modelled. Simulation experiments were conducted. They help us to make changes in airport organization that increase capacity.
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- Praca Zbiorowa Zbiorowa Praca : Proceedings MATHMOD 09 Vienna, 2009, Wiedeń, Vienna University of Technology, 32 p., ISBN 978-3-901608-34-6
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