Enhanced Flight Schedule Analysis
With new pre-designed flight schedule analysis templates, CAST allows an optimized planning of operations and to foresee potential new challenges. Analysis of a full flight schedule season, smart features regarding busy day ranking and selection while considering different traffic segments will support a better understanding of peak structures and traffic patterns leading to improved decision making.
Next to integrating enhanced analysis features to the existing CAST simulation tools, a stand-alone CAST Flight Schedule Analyzer is intended to support further airport planning questions: Use cases range from a smart selection of one or several representative peak periods for tactical planning, to a solution linked with the airport’s AODB to get dynamic demand forecasts for operations planning and to manage volatile flight schedules.
This session is designed as a workshop, where you can actively contribute to the discussion on most useful analysis features for the future CAST flight schedule analysis.
As an optional extension of CAST Aircraft, CAST Airspace significantly expands the possibilities of airspace capacity studies, airspace and route design or vectorization projects. CAST Airspace covers airspace routes including their SIDs, STARs and sectors for initial, intermediate and final approach. ATC concepts such as radar vectoring, speed control and holding procedures are incorporated and can easily be applied and tweaked by the user. Detailed flight profiles are realized by the application of the Eurocontrol BADA performance database, ensuring realistic three-dimensional aircraft performance for all common aircraft types.
This session focuses on an in-depth demonstration of a typical Airspace model, explains which use cases and KPIs are possible and how your studies can benefit from the new tool. In a Q&A session we are looking forward to learn about your demand for airspace modelling and get your feedback.