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Title: Allocating the Number of Slots among Scheduled Air Routes: a Social Perspective
Authors: Jin-Ru Yen;Yu-Fang ke;Bijan Vasigh;Kung-Don Ye
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:航運管理學系
Date: 2008-10
Issue Date: 2016-12-15T06:38:17Z
Publisher: Journal of Airport Management
Abstract: Abstract:Runway slot allocation has been an important issue since deregulation of the airline industry in the United States and other countries. Current slot allocation policies in Europe and the United States consider only the competition between airlines. For areas where airlines compete with surface modes of transport, however, maximizing social benefit should be a further factor in the allocation of slots. Thus, this paper proposes an integer programming formulation, validated by the domestic air network in Taiwan, to determine the number of flights on scheduled routes such that net social benefit is maximized. The integer programming formulation is based on the concept of cost-benefit analysis, and includes the value of travel time savings by air service as the benefit, and the extra cost of providing air service as the opportunity cost. The research results suggest that the runway slots at Taipei Songshan Airport should be allocated to flights that serve Taipei and the 3 offshore islands first because they produce the greatest net social benefit. Although the developed model is most suitable to an air travel market that is highly regulated, such as the case in Taiwan, it is also applicable in some areas regarded as more market-based.
Relation: 2(4), pp.1-16
Appears in Collections:[Department of Shipping and Transportation Management] Periodical Articles

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