Airline new route selection based on interval type-2 fuzzy MCDM: AÂ case study of new route between Turkey- North American region destinations
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KeywordsNew route analysis; Interval type-2 fuzzy sets; TOPSIS; Airline industry; Airport; Multi-criteria decision making (MCDM);
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