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Title: Dynamic semi-mixed mode runway configuration planning and runway scheduling
Authors: Ng, KKH 
Lee, CKM 
Chan, FTX 
Zhang, SZ
Issue Date: 2018
Source: In Xu, X, Zhong, RY & Dessouky, MI (Eds.), Proceedings of the 48th International Conference on Computers & Industrial Engineering (CIE 48), The University of Auckland, New Zealand 2-5 December 2018, 70, p. 1-10.
Abstract: An imbalance of the arrival and departure rate causes inefficient runway usage in airport capacity management. Dynamic runway configuration allows air traffic control to adjust the configuration of the switch mode runways in order to cope with the latest air and airport traffic situation. In practice, not all the runways can be designed as switch mode runways due to terrain constraints. Therefore, we consider the situation of a semi-mixed mode runway setting, which implies that several runways are configured for purely landing or take-off operation, while several runways are set to switch mode operation. In this paper, the formulation of the coordination of dynamic runway configuration planning and aircraft sequencing and scheduling problem under semi-mixed mode operation is proposed. The test instance followed the traffic pattern of Hong Kong International Airport. The results show that dynamic runway configuration planning and semi-mixed runway design can further enhance runway capacity.
Keywords: Dynamic runway configuration
Semi-mixed-mode-runways systems
Runway scheduling
ISSN: 2164-8689
Rights: Posted with permission of the publisher.
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