Regional airports have received great attention in the last decades due to the opportunity to use their spare capacity in order to reduce congestion at main hubs. This paper illustrates the application of the Multiple-Criteria Decision-Making (MCDM) methods to a regional Multi-Airport System (MAS) so as to verify the role/position of each airport within the MAS. The test case refers to a regional MAS located in the North East of Italy. Particularly, the analysis has been thought for a reference time period so as to study the airports performance variations over several years.

An application of the Multi-Criteria Decision Making analysis to a regional Multi-airport system

PRATICO', Filippo Giammaria
2012

Abstract

Regional airports have received great attention in the last decades due to the opportunity to use their spare capacity in order to reduce congestion at main hubs. This paper illustrates the application of the Multiple-Criteria Decision-Making (MCDM) methods to a regional Multi-Airport System (MAS) so as to verify the role/position of each airport within the MAS. The test case refers to a regional MAS located in the North East of Italy. Particularly, the analysis has been thought for a reference time period so as to study the airports performance variations over several years.
regional multi-airport system; airport choice; leading airport
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