Using simulation to compare Aircraft Boarding Strategies
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The boarding process has a very important role in t he objective of increase the efficiency, profitability, and customer satisfaction of an airline industry. It is one of the significant elements of the turnaround time, a slow boarding process might lead to financial issues to the company and, of course, cu stomer complaints. In this paper are analyzed three boarding strategies presenting a model and an easy to use tool that implements it. The study suggest that differences exists among them, and proposes the most efficient strategy.
CitationFonseca, P.; Juan-Pérez, A.; Mas, S. Using simulation to compare Aircraft Boarding Strategies. A: ASIM Dedicated Conference on Simulation in Production and Logistics. "15th ASIM Dedicated Conference on Simulation in Production and Logistics, 9-11, October 2013 in Paderborn, Germany". Paderborn: 2013, p. 237-247.