Journal of Aerospace Operations
ISSN: 2211-002X NEW
Volume 1; 4 issues
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Prof. Dr. R. Curran
Air Transport & Operations
Faculty of Aerospace Engineering
Delft University of Technology
Kluyverweg 1
2629 HS Delft
The Netherlands
Tel.: +31 (0)15 27 81513
Fax:+31 (0)1527 82062
E-mail: r.curran[@]

Secretary Editorial Office
Mrs. V.M. van Bragt
Mr. W. Verhagen
Delft University of Technology

Associate Editors
Prof. G. Andreatta, ItalyProf. G. Kallos, Greece
Prof. L. Castelli, ItalyMr. W.M. Kimmel, USA
Prof. J.-P. Clarke, USADipl.-Ing. K. Klein, Germany
Dr. P. Collopy, USADr. B. Lamiscarre, France
Dr. A. Cook, United KingdomMr. B. Miaillier, Belgium
Prof. D. DeLaurentis, USAMr. D. Perez, Spain
Prof. V. Duong, FranceProf. M. Price, United Kingdom
Dr. G. Fleming, USADr. D. Schaeffer, France
Dr. P.M. Hollingsworth, United KingdomDr. S.B. Soban, United Kingdom
Prof. E. Hollnagel, DenmarkProf. V. Tošic, Serbia
Prof. J. Hsu, USADr. S. Zachary, Luxembourg
Mr. C. Johnson, UKProf. K.G. Zografos, Greece

Editorial Committee
Dr. W. Beelaerts van BloklandDr. F. Van der Zwan
Dr. A. GhobbarDr. D. Visser
Prof. J. Stoop 

Submission of Manuscripts 
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Aims and Scope 
The Journal of Aerospace Operations (JAO) will publish articles that advance the field of aerospace operations and will focus on theoretical, empirical, and case based research. The goal of JAO is to promote a Value Operations Methodology that advances the capability to improve, optimize and evolve more complete solutions. This will include a fundamental interest in a wide range of generic expertise and modeling techniques ranging from mathematical modeling and optimization, expert systems, agent based modeling, integration techniques, complex systems and complexity modeling, decision analysis, simulation, econometrics, stochastic modeling, queuing theory, knowledge engineering, gaming theory, graph theory, and computing and information technologies.

Research in Aerospace Operations is carried out from the perspective of airlines, airports, ATM and aircraft manufacturers, and deals with customers and suppliers contributing value to the air transportation value system. The focus is mainly on performance indicators: costs & benefits, capacity, environment, safety and sustainment from an integral air transportation value system perspective.

In general JAO aims to promote a holistic approach to the understanding of the air transport system, which is fundamental in addressing the challenges faced by this industry. JAO will facilitate this through the dissemination of methodologies, models, tools and research studies.

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