Airline Crew Scheduling Under Uncertainty

  title={Airline Crew Scheduling Under Uncertainty},
  author={Andrew J. Schaefer and Ellis L. Johnson and Anton J. Kleywegt and George L. Nemhauser},
  journal={Transportation Science},
A crew scheduling algorithms widely used in practice assume no disruptions. Because disruptions often occur, the actual cost of the resulting crew schedules is often greater. We consider algorithms for finding crew schedules that perform well in practice. The deterministic crew scheduling model is an approximation of crew scheduling under uncertainty with the assumption that all pairings will operate as planned. We seek better approximate solution methods for crew scheduling under uncertainty… CONTINUE READING
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