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So are Fifth Freedom rights (subject to concurrence from third-party countries) and the right to organize and operate charter flights. 8 Airline Designation Under traditional agreements, each country may typically designate only one of its airlines for the right to operate flights between any specific pair of cities. , New York–London, under more “liberal” ASAs such as Bermuda II. Under open market and open skies agreements, multiple designations are permitted – and indeed are the rule, when feasible.
The application of these methods to schedule design and retiming of flights is then discussed, and the basics of several related scheduling problems are presented, including the crew scheduling problem (how to minimize the crew costs associated with covering all flight legs in a schedule through “crew pairing” and “crew rostering”) and the aircraft maintenance routing problem (ensuring that aircraft rotate through maintenance bases at the required times). Overview of Chapters 15 The smooth execution of the flight schedules developed during the planning process, as described in Chapters 6 and 7, is the responsibility of the flight operations departments of airlines.
2). In addition, and even in some of the wealthiest countries in the world, the private sector was generally reluctant to assume the financial cost and economic risk associated with starting and operating an airline. Other contributing factors were the popularity with the general public of the notion of the “national flag” carrier, the potential role of such carriers at times of national emergency, and the use of coveted jobs at many of these national carriers as an instrument of political patronage.