Airfield Delay


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Airfield Delay
1011102Airfield DelayAirport delays and congestion constitute a major threat to the future of air transportation. The dynamic characteristics of airport delays are difficult to predict accurately. Advanced computer-based tools are typically needed to obtain good estimates of delay-related measures at a busy airport over time. In general, delays May be present even during periods when the demand rate is lower than capacity. Depend nonlinearly on changes in demand and/or capacity, becoming very sensitive to even small changes when demand is close to or greater than capacity. Exhibit a complex dynamic behavior over …
Citation
Dr. Richard de Neufville; Dr. Amedeo R. Odoni; Dr. Peter P. Belobaba; Dr. Tom G. Reynolds: Airport Systems: Planning, Design, and Management, Second Edition. Airfield Delay, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export