Angel Flight West uses AIMMS to optimize flight routes for children and families with special needs

Increase in planning efficiency

Maximized pilot donations

Significant time savings

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An optimized summer camp flight schedule

Angel Flight West (AFW) conducts over 4,500 flights per year with its network of pilots. Around 500 of those flights take place each summer, transporting children to camps like Camp Kindle (a camp for kids affected by HIV/AIDS), Champ Camp (a camp for burn survivors) and The Painted Turtle (a camp for children with serious medical conditions), among others. The team at Angel Flight West was looking for an easy to use and effective solution to plan the schedule for these flights. Willem-Jan van Hoeve, Carnegie Bosch Associate Professor of Operations Research from Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business, presented this problem to his students, who developed an AIMMS-based application to help AFW tackle this planning challenge.

 

About Angel Flight West

Angel Flight West is a nonprofit, volunteer-driven organization that arranges free, non-emergency air travel for children and adults with serious medical conditions and other compelling needs. The organization's network of 2,000+ pilots donate their aircraft, piloting skills, and all flying costs to help families receive vital treatment that might otherwise be inaccessible because of financial, medical, or geographic limitations. Donate to AFW.

 

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