Accession Number : AD0611084
Title : ANALYSIS OF ORGANIZED ROUTE SYSTEMS IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.
Corporate Author : ARCON CORP LEXINGTON MASS
Report Date : SEP 1964
Pagination or Media Count : 251
Abstract : This report presents the results of a detailed examination of operational and economic consequences of adopting organized route procedures in the North Atlantic Air Traffic Control System. It is a natural extension of a previous study, System Analysis of the North Atlantic Air Traffic Complex, ARCON Corporation, R 62-3, Contract No. FAA/BRD-334, December 1962 (AD-294 610). Particular emphasis is placed on the aircraft users' requirements and their use as basic criteria in the determination of the economic implications of organized route systems. Also presented is a technique for the formulation of traffic forecasts and a discussion of their significance to the system designer. Several proposed changes and improvements in the present organized route system are analyzed in terms of their operational and economic significance. Detailed mathematical treatments and descriptions of digital computer simulations used in the evaluation of system performance are given in the Appendices. These are: A. Analysis of Organized Route Geometry, B. Air Traffic Control Model, and C. Flight Time Penalty Evaluation. (Author)
Descriptors : (*AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEMS, ATLANTIC OCEAN), (*SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEMS), AIR TRAFFIC, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS, ECONOMICS, CONTROL SIMULATORS, OPERATION, AIR TRANSPORTATION
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE