Do the Gulf airlines distort the level playing field?

Do the Gulf airlines distort the level playing field?

Developing national carriers and airport infrastructure together supports tourism, technology transfer and economic growth. Configuration impacts unit cost. Operations through the Gulf and European hubs were contrasted on Boeing B777-300 aircraft, a common long-haul aircraft type on the route, using the Swan and...
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Freight transportation service procurement: A literature review and future research opportunities in omnichannel E-commerce

Freight transportation service procurement: A literature review and future research opportunities in omnichannel E-commerce

This paper provides a literature review of freight transportation service procurement and investigates the challenges and opportunities regarding transportation organization and procurement mechanism design in the context of E-commerce. A systematic review fra...
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Fuel hedging and airline operating costs

Fuel hedging and airline operating costs

This study is the first work that empirically examines the role of fuel hedging in reducing airlines’ operating costs. Using US airlines data from 2000 through 2012, we find that, after accounting for the presence of cost inefficiency, fuel-hedging airlines....
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Effects of cargo types and load efficiency on airline cargo revenues

Effects of cargo types and load efficiency on airline cargo revenues

This study has validated the factors affecting air cargo revenues, including the DRHL, cargo density, and the percentage of small cargo. We developed a cargo consolidation model based on air cargo characteristics, and investigated the effect of cargo density, ...
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A review on the application of deep learning in system health management

A review on the application of deep learning in system health management

Given the advancements in modern technological capabilities, having an integrated health management and diagnostic strategy becomes an important part of a system’s operational life-cycle. This is because it can be used to detect anomalies, analyse failures a...
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A data-driven health indicator extraction method for aircraft air conditioning system health monitoring

A data-driven health indicator extraction method for aircraft air conditioning system health monitoring

This paper proposed a novel health indicator extraction method based on the available sensor parameters for the health monitoring of Air Conditioning System (ACS) of a legacy commercial aircraft model. The development of ACS health monitoring solutions begins ...
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Fatigue Detection in Commercial Flight Operations: Results Using Physiological Measures

Fatigue Detection in Commercial Flight Operations: Results Using Physiological Measures

In an effort to better understand the impact of fatigue on commercial flight operations, we collected physiological and performance data from commercial flight crews performing simulated operations under both rested and fatigued conditions. Physiological data ...
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Airline service quality and economic factors: An ARDL approach on US airlines

Airline service quality and economic factors: An ARDL approach on US airlines

This study examines the impact of interest rates, fuel prices, and market concentration on airline service performance. We employ aggregated data from the US Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Airline Consumer Report (ACR) to explore four airline servi...
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FIPIA with information entropy: A new hybrid method to assess airline service quality

FIPIA with information entropy: A new hybrid method to assess airline service quality

This study proposes “Fuzzy Importance-Performance-Impact Analysis (FIPIA) with information entropy” as a new, hybrid method to assess airline service quality by identifying the most important priorities for airline passengers and producing recommendations ...
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Airline brand choice in a duopolistic market: The case of New Zealand

Airline brand choice in a duopolistic market: The case of New Zealand

This study examines how consumers choose between airlines for domestic flights within New Zealand, where there are only two major airlines, a full-service carrier (FSC) and a low-cost carrier (LCC). There are 11 major reasons (post-consumption), and 10 major i...
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