AMT (airline maintenance technicians) timetabling optimization


Project: AMT (airline maintenance technicians) timetabling optimization

Description: Development of a methodology for automatic generation of laboring timetabling for the AMT with the best adjustment to the predefined man work daily needs and in accordance to laboring rules.

Methods: Optimization

CMA Researchers: Paula Amaral, Isabel Gomes, Vitor Hugo Fernandes, Manuel Vieira, Nelson Chibeles.

Industrial Partner: TAP Maintenance and Engineering

Description of the IP: TAP Maintenance & Engineering provides integrated solutions for airline companies, from airframe, engines and components, to the engineering and material support. TAP Maintenance & Engineering and in particular the Line Maintenance Department, operates in the major Portuguese International Airports as well as in some other foreign stations offering a wide variety of services that includes preflight, transit and daily checks, troubleshooting and malfunction corrections, engine trend monitoring and pool agreements, for different aircrafts.

Type of collaboration: 101 ESGI Study Group