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    • Accommodating new flights into an existing airline flight schedule 

      Şafak, Özge; Atamtürk, A.; Aktürk, M. Selim (Elsevier, 2019)
      We present two novel approaches to alter a flight network for introducing new flights while maximizing airline’s profit. A key feature of the first approach is to adjust the aircraft cruise speed to compensate for the ...
    • Aircraft rescheduling with cruise speed control 

      Aktürk, M. S.; Atamtürk, A.; Gürel, S. (Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (I N F O R M S), 2014-05-23)
      Airline operations are subject to frequent disruptions typically due to unexpected aircraft maintenance requirements and undesirable weather conditions. Recovery from a disruption often involves propagating delays in ...
    • Flight network-based approach for integrated airline recovery with cruise speed control 

      Arıkan, U.; Gürel, S.; Aktürk, M. S. (Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (I N F O R M S), 2017)
      Airline schedules are generally tight and fragile to disruptions. Disruptions can have severe effects on existing aircraft routings, crew pairings, and passenger itineraries that lead to high delay and recovery costs. A ...
    • Integrated aircraft and passenger recovery with cruise time controllability 

      Arıkan, U.; Gürel, S.; Aktürk, M. S. (Springer, 2016)
      Disruptions in airline operations can result in infeasibilities in aircraft and passenger schedules. Airlines typically recover aircraft schedules and disruptions in passenger itineraries sequentially. However, passengers ...
    • Multi-stage airline scheduling problem with stochastic passenger demand and non-cruise times 

      Şafak, Ö.; Çavuş, Ö.; Aktürk, Selim (Elsevier, 2018)
      We propose a three-stage stochastic programming model which determines flight timing, fleeting and routing decisions while considering the randomness of demand and non-cruise times. Our model differs from the existing ...