User-driven prioritisation process - (UDPP) departure

Release: 
4
Status: 
Available for deployment

The user-driven prioritisation process allows airlines to change the priority order of unregulated flights among themselves and in collaboration with the airport authorities. Airlines are given this flexibility in the pre-departure sequence (PDS) for last-minute disruptions, which usually lead to departure delays or cancelled flights.

SJU references: #57/Release 4

Benefits

  • Reduced airline delay costs in case of disrupted situations, without jeopardising airport and network performance ƒ
  • Increased flexibility for airlines ƒ Improved environmental performance
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