Econometric analysis of U.S. airline flight delays with time-of-day effects

Chieh-Yu Hsiao*, Mark Hansen

*Corresponding author for this work

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摘要

An econometric model of average daily delay is formulated and estimated to analyze flight delay in the U.S. domestic system. The model considers the effects of arrival queuing, volume, terminal weather, en route weather, seasonal effects, and secular effects. In particular, the time-of-day effects of arrival queuing, the effects of scheduled arrivals, and the interaction between scheduled arrivals and weather conditions are investigated. The estimation results suggest that (a) queuing has a greater delay impact in the morning than in the afternoon or evening (one unit of morning queuing delay causes about three times as much average daily delay as one unit of evening queuing delay), (b) scheduled arrivals - both alone and in interaction with weather conditions - significantly affect average delay, and (c) 31% of the total delay increase between early 2004 and early 2005 can be attributed to traffic growth.

原文English
主出版物標題Airlines, Airports, and Airspace Economic and Infrastructure Analysis
發行者National Research Council
頁面104-112
頁數9
版本1951
ISBN(列印)0309099609, 9780309099608
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 1 一月 2006

出版系列

名字Transportation Research Record
號碼1951
ISSN(列印)0361-1981

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    Hsiao, C-Y., & Hansen, M. (2006). Econometric analysis of U.S. airline flight delays with time-of-day effects. 於 Airlines, Airports, and Airspace Economic and Infrastructure Analysis (1951 編輯, 頁 104-112). (Transportation Research Record; 編號 1951). National Research Council. https://doi.org/10.3141/1951-13