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https://doi.org/10.21278/TOF.461021620

Aircraft Performance Checking Process to Achieve an Acceptable Level of Safety Through the Compliance Monitoring Function

Irena Krstic ; University of Belgrade, Faculty of Transport and Traffic EngineeringAir Transport and Traffic Department, Belgrade, Serbia
Slobodan Gvozdenovic ; University of Belgrade, Faculty of Transport and Traffic EngineeringAir Transport and Traffic Department, Belgrade, Serbia
Petar Mirosavljevic ; University of Belgrade, Faculty of Transport and Traffic EngineeringAir Transport and Traffic Department, Belgrade, Serbia


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str. 57-80

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This paper presents a methodology for developing a model for managing the checking process of aircraft performance by forming an audit checklist and examines the possibility of applying the method of multiple criteria decision-making as decision support. In developing this model, Expert Choice software was used and IOSA (IATA (International Air Transport Association) Operational Safety Audit) standards were ranked on the basis of their relevance for aircraft performance and the airline’s relevant data for the particular year by the method of the multiple criteria decision-making Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). AHP served as the basis for selecting “critical” standards for a certain audit as an aid to the compliance manager in defining the audit areas and standards to be checked, while using optimum resources. Apart from ranking the standards, the recommended model can be used, by applying a sensitivity analysis, for predicting the need for additional audits.

Ključne riječi

safety, compliance, IOSA, AHP, ranking

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276035

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/276035

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