Airspace analysis indicates that besides operational and regulative frameworks, a causal relationship between the kind of airspace sector concept and inefficiency of flight guidance also exists. Today, flow follows an established airspace structure but in future, a more flight-centred view will lead to a reversed approach: the structure has to adapt to dynamic air traffic requirements. Therefore, a new approach has been developed that allows the proposition of fundamental structuring based on a variety of assessment criteria. Thereby, genetic algorithms are used to optimise the proposed structures. The selected optimisation not only is able to guarantee smooth transitions between structures but also takes work load of air traffic controllers into account.
CEAS Aeronautical Journal – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 4, 2018
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