A case study of arrival and departure managers cooperation for reducing airborne holding times at destination airports

Zammit-Mangion, D, Rydell, S, Sabatini, R and Jia, H 2012, 'A case study of arrival and departure managers cooperation for reducing airborne holding times at destination airports', in Professor I Grant (ed.) Proceedings of the 28th International Congress of the Aeronautical Sciences (ICAS 2012), Brisbane, Australia, 23-28 September 2012, pp. 4411-4420.


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Title A case study of arrival and departure managers cooperation for reducing airborne holding times at destination airports
Author(s) Zammit-Mangion, D
Rydell, S
Sabatini, R
Jia, H
Year 2012
Conference name ICAS 2012
Conference location Brisbane, Australia
Conference dates 23-28 September 2012
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 28th International Congress of the Aeronautical Sciences (ICAS 2012)
Editor(s) Professor I Grant
Publisher International Council of the Aeronautical Science
Place of publication Bonn, Germany
Start page 4411
End page 4420
Total pages 10
Abstract Congestion of flights arriving at terminal areas invariably leads to aircraft having to extend their flying time, which often results in the need to orbit at a holding point as aircraft are sequenced to land. This extended flying time can be significantly reduced by the implementation of the delay-on-ground concept, where aircraft flying short sectors are delayed in their departure from the respective airport, thus reducing the amount of congestion at the destination point. This paper analysis the impact, in terms of reduced flying time, fuel burn and carbon emissions, that can be achieved at Oslo-Gardemoen airport if the present flights that have a flying time of 1 hour or less are delayed on the ground at their departure point. The impact such a concept would have if traffic densities of 15% and 30% above current levels were to be experienced is also considered.
Subjects Avionics
Navigation and Position Fixing
Control Systems, Robotics and Automation
Engineering Instrumentation
Aerospace Engineering not elsewhere classified
Aircraft Performance and Flight Control Systems
Keyword(s) Air traffic management
SESAR
delay-on-ground
AMAN-DMAN cooperation
Copyright notice © 2012 International Council of the Aeronautical Science, Authors
ISBN 9780956533319
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