Reconsider the Leisure Airlines problem from Section 12.1. Suppo

Reconsider the Leisure Airlines problem from Section 12.1. Suppose that as of May 1 the following number of seats have been sold:


Reconsider the Leisure Airlines problem from Section 12.1. Suppo


a. Determine how many seats are still available for sale on each flight leg.
b. Using the original demand forecasted for each ODIF, determine the remaining demand for each ODIF.
c. Revise the linear programming model presented in Section 12.1 to account for the number of seats currently sold and a demand of one additional seat for the Pittsburgh– Myrtle Beach Q class ODIF. Resolve the linear programming model to determine a new allocation schedule for theODIFs.

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