Multiobjective Optimization of Aircraft Maintenance in Thailand Using Goal Programming: A Decision-Support Model

  • Pleumpirom Y
  • Amornsawadwatana S
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The purpose of this paper is to develop the multiobjective optimization model in order to evaluate suppliers for aircraft maintenance tasks, using goal programming. The authors have developed a two-step process. The model will firstly be used as a decision-support tool for managing demand, by using aircraft and flight schedules to evaluate and generate aircraft-maintenance requirements, including spare-part lists. Secondly, they develop a multiobjective optimization model by minimizing cost, minimizing lead time, and maximizing the quality under various constraints in the model. Finally, the model is implemented in the actual airline's case.

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Pleumpirom, Y., & Amornsawadwatana, S. (2012). Multiobjective Optimization of Aircraft Maintenance in Thailand Using Goal Programming: A Decision-Support Model. Advances in Decision Sciences, 2012, 1–17. https://doi.org/10.1155/2012/128346

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