Case Study: Deicing pad capacity study – Toronto Pearson
Posted: 22 January 2019 | Copenhagen Optimization | No comments yet
The Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA) engaged with Copenhagen Optimization to create a capacity assessment of the Central Deicing Facility (CDF).
The aim of the study was to assess the current demand for deicing pads to understand whether the current capacity is sufficient. The study included a thorough analysis of all assumptions applied in the capacity assessment, including deicing times under various weather conditions.
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