Dutch national carrier KLM is to improve the utilization of its flight simulator capacity at its Amsterdam base. The airline has eight simulators, which can provide around 15,000 training sessions a year. To make best possible use of the simulators, KLM needs to minimize unused time, identify any extra capacity that can be rented out to other airlines if not needed by KLM, and improve the management of machine maintenance. Most maintenance is undertaken overnight. Currently, KLM uses a ...

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