Extended ATM for Seamless Travel (X-TEAM D2D)

Margarita Bagamanova, Abdel el Makhloufi, Miguel Mujica Mota, Vittorio Di Vito, Roberto Valentino Montaquila, Giovanni Cerasuolo, Bartosz Dziugieł, Maciej Maczka, Peter A. Meincke, Gabriella Duca, Raffaella Russo, Vittorio Sangermano, Mario Ciaburri, Stefano Giovannini, Luigi Brucculeri, Riccardo Enei

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X-TEAM D2D project is focused on integrating Air Traffic Management and Urban Air Mobility into an overall multimodal transport network to address the potential increase in efficiency of the overall transportation system in the future, considering the operational domain of the urban and extended urban environment up to a regional extent and passenger-centric perspective. This paper presents the analysis of the Door to Airport trajectory of business passengers until 2035. The results indicate the system's expected performance in 2035 under normal and disrupted scenarios providing insight on the expected impact of future technologies.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 23 Sept 2021
EventSIMS EUROSIM 2021: 62nd International Conference of Scandinavian Simulation Society - online
Duration: 21 Sept 202123 Sept 2021


ConferenceSIMS EUROSIM 2021
Abbreviated titleSIMS EUROSIM 2021


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