Establishing the Importance Weights of Pilot;s Fatigue Factors through AHP analysis

AHP 기법을 활용한 조종사 피로요인의 상대적 중요도 분석

  • Received : 2012.07.14
  • Accepted : 2012.09.12
  • Published : 2012.09.30


The traditional regulatory approach to managing pilots fatigue has been to prescribe limits on maximum daily, monthly, and yearly flight and duty hours, and require minimum breaks within and between duty periods. This approach comes from a long history of limits on working hours dating back to the industrial revolution. So, the Council of ICAO recently adopted International Commercial Air Transport regarding the development and implementation of fatigue risk management systems(FRMS). The FRMS can provide better safety outcomes than current prescriptive flight and duty regulations while allowing greater operational flexibility. This study aim to analyzing relative importance of pilots' fatigue factors in order to minimize pilots' fatigue-related safety risks. More researches regarding monitoring and managing fatigue, based upon scientific principles, are required in the future.


Supported by : 한국교통대학교


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