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Aerospace, Vol. 9, Pages 273: Performance Evaluation of Multiflight Ground Handling Process


Aerospace, Vol. 9, Pages 273: Performance Evaluation of Multiflight Ground Handling Process

Aerospace doi: 10.3390/aerospace9050273

Authors:
Biao Li
Liwen Wang
Zhiwei Xing
Qian Luo

The ever-increasing high density of flights arouses an urgent requirement to improve the effectiveness and performance of ground handling in airport operation. The implementation of coordinated airport decision-making quantifies the ground handling process into a series of key milestone nodes, which is more conducive for operators to reduce resource consumption and flight delays. An innovative performance evaluation method for the multiflight ground handling process is proposed based on shared information of milestone nodes in the ground handling. A dynamic performance evaluation model is established, which should superimpose the performance evaluation results of the single-flight ground handling process. Meanwhile, the indicators and weights of the single-flight performance evaluation are obtained by combining the ground handling process prediction and expected value. As time evolves, a matrix method for the multiflight ground handling performance evaluation is proposed to combine the logic and evolution of the process. It is shown that the average prediction accuracy of single-flight ground handling process nodes can be increased to 87.63%. The experimental analysis demonstrates that the objectivity, effectiveness and dynamics of the proposed approach can be the basis for short-term tactics in airport.



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