Air Traffic Simulation, One- and Two-Runway Airports

by Stephen Hall, Sr. Res. Engr.; Advanced Systems Res., United Aircraft Res. Lab., East Hartford, CT,

Serial Information: Transportation Engineering Journal of ASCE, 1974, Vol. 100, Issue 1, Pg. 221-235

Document Type: Journal Paper


A Monte Carlo simulation of airplane traffic through an airport has been developed to analyze airport congestion and delays. Details of this program are described, including components of the system, the simulation of air traffic flow, and the computational flow of the simulation. In addition, an illustrative example is shown for a busy two-runway airport operating under Instrument Flight Rules.

Subject Headings: Air traffic | Traffic models | Flow simulation | Air flow | Traffic flow | Airports and airfields | Traffic congestion | Traffic analysis | Monaco | Europe

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