Recurrent process on appointing an aid site: a case for airports
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Mathematical models have been used for many decades in order to improve the infrastructure design of transportation facilities. In this study, locational best fit airport infrastructure is determined for providing an urgent assistance in case of an emergency requirement throughout the country. The data are supplied from civil airports in Turkey. In order to solve the problem, the mathematical models such as Weber Problem solution methodology is applied for assessing the results. Moreover, the limitations such as distance costs and also the weights of the regional airports such as the passenger counts and the approximate physical size of the airport field are taken into account. Optimizing the circumstance, the economic losses are aimed to be lower, and thus the financial improvement is targeted by the application of the mathematical model and the implementation of its results.