Benefit from IATA's unique vantage point in air transport economics. Examine key issues and concepts including how regulatory and state policies affect the aviation value chain and airline profitability.
Available as: Classroom & In-Company course
Duration: 3 days (24 hours)
Recommended level: Professional and Management
Air transport economics course program and evaluation process
Air Transport Economics
Identify airline, airport, air navigation provider, and Civil Aviation Authority drivers
Air Cargo Economics
Key demand and supply factors affecting air cargo sector
Study of state regulatory structure that addresses main state responsibilities
Low Cost Carrier Model
How new models of airline business operations are changing industry structure
Air Transport Value Chain
Value Chain concept and industry relationships
Identify the rationale for regulating industry pricing
Air Transport Pricing
Identify the major industry pricing strategies
Air Transport Privatization
Private sector participation options and trends
Air Transport Economic Impacts
The role of air transportation in global economy and best-practice approaches
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An IATA Certificate of Completion is awarded to participants obtaining a grade of 70% or higher on all exercises and exams. A special distinction is awarded to participants obtaining a grade of 90% or higher.
Participants enrolled in the Diploma in Advanced Studies in Aviation Management will benefit from receiving an academic diploma from both University of Geneva and IATA.
This course has been customized into a three-day format for the IATA-University of Geneva Aviation Management program. It may be taken as a single certificate course, or as part of the Diploma in Advanced Studies in Aviation Management, or Executive MBA with specialization in aviation management.