Costs of Delay and Default Flight Level

Aneta Michlová, Jakub Hospodka

Abstract


This article deals with study of costs which every single aircraft operator has to pay for its delay against schedule or for non-flying in default flight level. These costs are defined, analysed afterwards and calculated accordingly.

References


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A. Cook, G. Tanner and S. Anderson, “European airline delay cost reference values”, University of Westminster, London, pp. 4, March 2011.

A. Cook, G. Tanner and S. Anderson, “Evaluating the true cost to airliner of one minute of airborne or ground delay”, University of Westminster, London, pp. 17, May 2004.

A. Cook, G. Tanner and S. Anderson, “European airline delay cost reference values”, University of Westminster, London, pp. 8, March 2011.

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