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Effective Utilization of Air- and Ground-Based Technologies for Arrival Management  (2007)
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Two recent simulations investigated air- and ground-based technologies for arrival management. In both studies professional air traffic controllers used prototype trajectory- based decision support tools to manage arrival flows that included airborne spacing- equipped aircraft simulators flown by professional pilots. Taken together, the results illustrate how en route arrival flow conditioning, terminal-area spacing adjustments, and airborne merging and spacing capabilities may be used for effective arrival management in future high-traffic environments.
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Air Ground-Based, Arrival, Effective, Management, Technologies, Utilization
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AIAA 7th Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations (ATIO) Conference, AIAA-2007-7768. Belfast, Northern Ireland: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
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