Allocating 3 D-trajectories to air traffic flows , using A ∗ and genetic algorithms

@inproceedings{Gianazza2004Allocating3D,
  title={Allocating 3 D-trajectories to air traffic flows , using A ∗ and genetic algorithms},
  author={David Gianazza and Nicolas Durand and Nicolas Archambault},
  year={2004}
}
The critical problem of airspace congestion over Europe is currently being handled by the Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM) by allocating departure time slots to aircraft, thus generating costly ground delays. Besides, airlines operators are free to choose the flight path through the routes network, and the requested flight level for each of their flights3. Very few constraints are put on the airlines operators concerning these choices. A consequence is that many flights request the same… CONTINUE READING

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