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van Amerongen, Michiel (author)
This paper presents the development of a simulation model for airline cockpit crew rostering. The developed simulation model supports airlines in performing comparative analyses of different crew rostering scenarios. The model was developed in collaboration with a major European airline, leveraging actual historical pairing, crew and roster data...
master thesis 2019
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Beulen, Maud (author)
In operational airline crew scheduling, one of the major tasks is to allocate flight activities to individual crew members. This task is referred to as the crew rostering problem; an optimization problem that aims to assign flights to crew members in a cost-effective way, while also considering preferences of crewmembers. Flights are combined...
master thesis 2019
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Vonk, Maarten (author)
With cockpit crew costs being the second largest costs of an airline, making optimal use of the available crew is very important. The productivity of the crew is limited by the labor agreement and law regulations, which prevent the crew members from working irregularly or excessively. In this thesis we present several methods to solve the crew...
master thesis 2018
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Stewart, S. (author), Koornneef, F. (author), Akselsson, R. (author), Barton, P. (author)
Chapter 6: Safety Assurance Process for FRMS - eJcase Implementation The European Commission HILAS project (Human Integration into the Lifecycle of Aviation Systems - a project supported by the European Commission’s 6th Framework between 2005-2009) was focused on using human factors knowledge and methodology to address key challenges for...
book chapter 2009
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