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Long-term aircraft maintenance scheduling for an aircraft maintenance centre: a case study


  • Shangyao Yan
  • Chun-Ying Chen
  • Chun-Ying Yuan


Traditionally, long-term aircraft maintenance scheduling is not only time-consuming but often ineffective. In this study, we develop a long-term aircraft maintenance scheduling model that can be used to perform this function for the aircraft preventive/predictive maintenance. The model is formulated as a multiple objective zero-one integer program. To find non-dominated solutions, the weighting method, coupled with the mathematical programming solver, CPLEX, is applied to solve the model. Finally, we perform a case study using real operating data from an aircraft maintenance centre in a major Taiwan airport. The results show that the model could be a useful planning tool.

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  • Shangyao Yan & Chun-Ying Chen & Chun-Ying Yuan, 2008. "Long-term aircraft maintenance scheduling for an aircraft maintenance centre: a case study," International Journal of Applied Management Science, Inderscience Enterprises Ltd, vol. 1(2), pages 143-159.
  • Handle: RePEc:ids:injams:v:1:y:2008:i:2:p:143-159

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