Disruption management in the airline industry - Concepts, models and methods

@article{Clausen2010DisruptionMI,
  title={Disruption management in the airline industry - Concepts, models and methods},
  author={Jens Clausen and Allan Larsen and Jesper Larsen and Natalia J. Rezanova},
  journal={Computers & OR},
  year={2010},
  volume={37},
  pages={809-821}
}
The airline industry is notably one of the success stories with respect to the use of optimization based methods and tools in planning. Both in planning of the assignment of available aircraft to flights and in crew scheduling, these methods play a 
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