Determination of Minimum PushBack Time Predictability Needed for Near-Term Departure Scheduling using DEPARTS

@inproceedings{Cooper2001DeterminationOM,
  title={Determination of Minimum PushBack Time Predictability Needed for Near-Term Departure Scheduling using DEPARTS},
  author={Wayne W. Cooper and Dr. Ellen A. Cherniavsky and James S. DeArmon and Jacob G. Foster and Michael J. Mills and Dr. Satish C. Mohleji and Frank Z. Zhu},
  year={2001}
}
This paper describes the functionality of the Departure Enhanced Planning And Runway/Taxiway-Assignment System (DEPARTS), and how this functionality could potentially help reduce taxi-out times at Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport (ATL). DEPARTS generates optimized recommendations on runway assignment, departure sequencing and departure fix loading for the air traffic control tower to reduce taxi-out times. DEPARTS has initially been developed as a concept exploration laboratory… CONTINUE READING
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