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Processor Entrance doors Regular ticketing North American Western Pacific Express check-in North American Security Seat selection North American Western Pacific Ramp gates North American Western Pacific
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TABLE 10-6 Service Processor Characteristics for Example Problem 10-1
function (such as regular ticketing, express check-in, and seat selection) behave as Poisson arrival and constant service rate queuing mechanisms Therefore, for the entrance doors, which are Poisson arrivals and exponential services, the average passenger delay is from Eq (10-4), Ws = 1 29 = 0 12 min 4 00(4 00 1 29)
and from Eq (10-8) the average line length is 1 1 29 = 0 48 person N = 0 12 + 4 00 For the North American regular ticket counters, which exhibit Poisson arrivals and constant services, since the demand rate is greater than the capacity, we have from Eq (10-7) with = 09 09 Ws = = 15 52 min 2(0 29)(1 0 9) and from Eq (10-9) We = 15(0 41 0 29) = 3 10 min 2(0 29)
Note that the value of k is equal to 1 because the demand was allocated equally among each of the ticketing positions, and the excess delay period T is equal to 05(30) = 15 min Therefore, W = 1552 + 310 = 1862 min of average delay time per passenger The average line length is, from Eq (10-10), 1 0 29 = 6 40 passengers N = 18 62 + 0 29
P l a n n i n g a n d D e s i g n o f t h e Te r m i n a l A r e a
Delay Time Processor Entrance doors Regular ticketing North American Western Pacific Express check-in Western Pacific Security Seat selection North American Western Pacific Ramp gates North American Western Pacific 028 022 033 033 084 066 338 038 023 075 050 580 106 015 213 100 050 026 426 1552 1098 310 345 300 640 405 Statistical, min 012 Service Excess, min Line Time, min 025 Length, pers 048
TABLE 10-7 Average Passenger Delay Time, Service Time, and Processor Line
Lengths in Peak 30 Min for Example Problem 10-1
Computing the delays and queue lengths for each processor results in the values shown in Table 10-7 From this table it can be seen that considerable delay and line formation exist at the both North American and the Western Pacific regular ticketing facilities, the security check-point, and the North American seat selection facility From the passenger splits shown in Fig 10-25 and the distances between components, the expected values of the passenger delay time, the passenger service time, and the travel time for the average airport passenger in the peak 30 min can be computed The expected values are then computed for the delay time, service time, and walking time for the average airport passenger to find the average passenger processing time from Eq (10-11) E(Td) = 10(012) + 048(1552 + 310) + 034(1098) + 008(015) + 10(213) + 053(338 + 028) + 047(038 + 022) E(Td) = 172 min E(Ts) = 10(025) + 048(345) + 034(300) + 008(100) + 10(05) + 053(075 + 033) + 047(050 + 033) E(Ts) = 45 min E(Dw) = 048(81 + 144) + 034(102 + 175) + 008(93 + 166) + 010(153) + 053(55) + 047(55) E(Dw) = 293 ft 293 E(Tw ) = = 3 3 min 1 5(60)
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Time before Scheduled Departure, min 95 90 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 50
Percentage of Passengers at Airport 0 0 1 2 3 5 8 12 17 23
Time before Scheduled Departure, min 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0
Percentage of Passengers at Airport 31 40 51 61 71 80 88 94 98 100
TABLE 10-8 Typical Arrival Distribution of Originating Passengers at the
Airport for Domestic Flights for Example Problem 10-1
The average passenger processing time for the average airport passenger during the peak 30 min is then E(Tp) = 172 + 45 + 33 = 25 min Since departure lounges are only waiting areas, there is no queuing system type delay in these facilities Generally speaking, these facilities are designed with an area requirement per passenger and visitor in the departure lounge The area required is based upon the number of passengers and visitors which would be in the departure lounge at the moment the aircraft is allowed to be boarded Typically the square footage requirement is from 15 to 25 ft2 per person in the departure lounge at that point Given a typical arrival distribution at the airport, such as that shown in Table 10-8, it is assumed that the total number of passengers and visitors arriving at the airport at the moment the flight is called for boarding is also the number in the departure lounge at that point in time In this problem, let us assume that the flight is boarded 15 min before scheduled departure and the airline departure lounge requirements are 20 ft2 per passenger Therefore, at this time 88 percent of the passengers and their visitors would be in the departure lounge For Western Pacific Airlines, this means that there are 088(047)(135) passengers and 088(047)(135)(05)(05) visitors in the departure lounge at this point in time This totals 56 passengers and 14 visitors Therefore, the departure lounge size requirements are 20(56 + 14) = 1400 ft2
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