Indirect Connection Analysis Based on Wave-system Structures of Airlines Architecture in Hub Airport
Keywords:Slot resources, Wave-system structures of airlines, Hub airport, Indirect connection, Indirect connection quality
Slot resources are limited and not properly allocated, and the wave-system structures of airlines can organize slot time effectively. The article identifies and evaluates the wave-system structure of Beijing Daxing International Airport and Beijing Capital International Airport. It is found that: the wave-system of Beijing Capital International Airport is more obvious than that of Beijing Daxing International Airport, and the density and amplitude of waves are higher in summer and autumn than in winter and spring; the system waveforms of both Daxing Airport and Capital Airport are in the shape of morning and evening peaks; the indirect connection quality of flights from different departure airports via Capital Airport is higher than that of Daxing Airport; the indirect connections to destination airports via the two airports in Beijing are uneven in spatial distribution. The spatial distribution of indirect connections to destination airports via the two airports is uneven, but the wave-system plays a significant role in connecting small and medium-sized regional airports.
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