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Catya Zúñiga and Daniel Delahaye Outline Context Mexican ATS Problem presentation Our approximation Experimental results Conclusions 2 Mexico 3 2014 Mexico moved 4 million passengers ID: 510177 Download Presentation

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Revisiting Mexican TMA Route Structure

Catya ZúñigaandDaniel DelahayeSlide2

Outline

Context Mexican ATSProblem presentationOur approximation

Experimental resultsConclusions

2Slide3

Mexico

3Slide4

2014,

Mexico moved4

million passengers

Pax

Traffic grew

6.9

% international

&

3.5

%

national

600 000

tons of cargo

IATA, 2013Slide5

Mexico

International Passenger Traffic

5Slide6

Mexico

Domestic Passenger Traffic

6Slide7

International &

Domestic Cargo

7Slide8

Mexican

ATS

61 airports:47 international

14 national 1388 aerodromes.

618 routes:

355 international263 nationals

8Slide9

Mexico

Metropolitan Airport system (MMAS)

Mexico City

TolucaPuebla

CuernavacaQueretaro

9Slide10

Metropolitan

Airport system (MMAS) without MMMX

10Slide11

Why

Queretaro ?

Most prominent airport from the MMASAmazing

growing rate of 17.5% and 1.7% in international and domestic cargo, respectively.Hosting

DHL hub operations since 2010. DHL operates 12 daily.Capacity to move around 140 tons per day.An increment of 45

% respect 2010.It hosts one of the biggest heavy maintenance facility (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul, MRO) in Latin America

Grupo

Aeroméxico

& Delta Air Lines.

There is a

strong aeronautical industrial region as an initiative of Mexican

Government.

General Electric,

Bombardier

, Grupo

Safran

, ITR,

Scema

11Slide12

Traffic growth tendencies

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AIRBUS, 2012

ICAO, 2012Slide13

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Traffic growth problems

CongestionSlide14

How to tackled congestion?

Expand/ build new airport (MMMX)Development Metropolitan Airport SystemsSeek commercial partners (Alliance)Use of secondary airports (LLC, Cargo) Adapting business models

Select traffic demand (LLC)Increase size of aircraft (A380)Use price regulation

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The new airport (

MMMX)

Architects:  Norman Foster & Fernando Romero4,430 acres$169,000 million MX 98,000 million from government71,000 million from private

120 million pax1st phase: 50 million pax550,000 operations2nd 80 million pax 59 boarding gates

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Solution

for

the

Next

50

years

Slide16

How to tackled congestion ATM

?Classical approachesAdd more runways

Deviate trafficDesign more sectorsReduce separation minima

Add holding trajectories 16Slide17

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Airspace blocks

Terminal

Manouever

Area

TMASlide18

How TMA has been organized?

Airspace dedicated to: Departures

SID (Standard Instrument Departure) .Arrivals

STAR (Standard Terminal Arrival Route) procedures.

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What

is our problem ?

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The

present research proposes a

DES model

to

tackle the merging and sequencing problem

of

a set of incoming flows

by designing a STAR procedure for MMQT.

The

present research proposes a methodology based on Evolutionary Algorithms to tackle the merging and sequencing problem of a set of incoming flows by revisiting the TMA design of the landing routes. Slide20

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Case study: Queretaro

Current landing route structure

Runway 27L/09R &Runway 09L/27R

TMA radius

of 50NM center at the

airportSlide21

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Route ModellingSlide22

Elevation constraints

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Conflict detection

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Approach 1:

Type

of evasive maneuver to avoid conflict.

This CR approach can based on: The heading angle change problem

(HAC) or in

The velocity change (VC) problem, or

A mix of both

Approach 2

:

Aircraft involved and performing maneuvers to avoid conflict.

This CR approach can based on:

Non cooperative system

Cooperative system

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Conflict Resolution ApproachesSlide25

Results

25

Slide26

Link analysis

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Maximum

, Minimum & Average

Aircraft

x per link Time on linkTotal enteredSlide27

Conclusion

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It has been developed Simulation Model for

a new TMA route designBased on discrete event simulation

Such algorithm has been successfully applied to Canaria airport in Spain Now tested in

Queretaro, Mexico with real traffic demand samples.Slide28

Feature works

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Integrate departures & arrivalsExtend the model for several runway allocation

Applied this methodology to more than one TMAs (multi airport system)Incorporate landside subsystems:Taxi system

Handling Terminal building counters areasSlide29

Q

Gracias

Q

Thank you

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Catya Zúñiga

catya.zuniga@unaq.edu.mx

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