Considering stakeholders’ preferences for scheduling slots in capacity constrained airports

Katsigiannis, Fotios and Zografos, Konstantinos G (2018) Considering stakeholders’ preferences for scheduling slots in capacity constrained airports. In: 60th Annual Conference of the Operational Research Society, 2018-09-112018-09-13, Lancaster University Management School.

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Abstract

Airport slot scheduling has attracted the attention of researchers as a capacity management tool at congested airports. Recent research work has employed multi-objective approaches for scheduling slots at coordinated airports. However, the central question on how to select a commonly accepted airport schedule remains. The various participating stakeholders may have multiple and sometimes conflicting objectives stemming from their decision-making needs. This complex decision environment renders the identification of a commonly accepted solution rather difficult. In this presentation, we propose a multi-criteria decision-making technique that incorporates the priorities and preferences of the stakeholders in order to determine the best compromise solution.

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60th Annual Conference of the Operational Research Society
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12 Oct 2018 14:04
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