Optimized Crew Scheduling at Air New Zealand

  title={Optimized Crew Scheduling at Air New Zealand},
  author={E. Rod Butchers and Paul R. Day and Andrew P. Goldie and Stephen Miller and Jeff A. Meyer and David M. Ryan and Amanda C. Scott and Chris A. Wallace},
E. Rod Butchers Network Logistics, Air New Zealand Ltd. Private Bag 92007, Auckland, New Zealand Paul R. Day Optimal Decision Technologies Ltd. P.O. Box 128-233, Remuera, Auckland, New Zealand Andrew P. Goldie Optimal Decision Technologies Ltd. Stephen Miller Network Logistics, Air New Zealand Ltd. Jeff A. Meyer Optimal Decision Technologies Ltd. David M. Ryan Department of Engineering Science, University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand Amanda C. Scott Network Logistics… CONTINUE READING
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