Did you know that in the past 5 years, 696 participants from 92 countries have taken this course with IATA?
Understand how the airline industry works with this highly interactive 3-day course, using a mixture of modules on different aviation topics, classroom discussions, and an airline video game allowing participants to create and manage their own airline! Learning will be mainly driven by instructor-led classroom activities, including lectures, discussions, and case studies. In support of these, a web-based management game, IATA Airlines Manager Business Edition, will offer participants opportunities to apply their learning in an immersive, playful, yet realistic environment.
Course Code: TALG-01
On completion of this course you will be able to:
The key topics that are covered during this course include:
This course is recommended for:
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.
Travel, tourism and trade today represent the heartbeat of nations working to unlock future opportunity. Central to this is aviation - the major artery of globalization enabling markets and destinations to come to life, connecting geographies, cultures and commerce to enhance the lives of literally billions. For this reason is it critical that practitioners in Travel & Tourism, as well as Trade, understand how global aviation really 'works', both strategically and operationally. As an advisor in tourism development, IATA's Airline Business Foundation has proven to be a perfect course (for non-aviation and aviation people alike) to understand the fundamentals of airline industry development, design and decision making - essential knowledge to strengthen my own thinking around aviation-dependent tourism and trade development.
International Strategic Advisor in Tourism & Development, Special Advisor to the Secretary General, UNWTO, January 01, 0001,
IATA’s Airline Business Foundations course was fantastic in providing an overview of the business practices within the aviation industry. It was highlighted how vital it is to take into account continuous change and note the key challenges currently faced. Our instructor was excellent in relating their wealth of experience to the topics and identified how airline business models aim to achieve to the elusive goal of profitability. I would highly recommend this course!
Undergraduate Programme BSc (Hons) Aviation Management, January 01, 0001,
This was one of the most enthralling and enriching training experiences since the program began in 2012. The technique and procedure in the way the training was managed and conducted stood out and was more appealing than any other I have participated in. It was a pleasure knowing and learning from you and your experience in the aviation world, a great opportunity, and hope to do it again.
Qatar Airways, January 01, 0001,
Gain the skills to anticipate, respond, and adapt to the demands of a changing industry.
An overview of the regulatory and legal regimes, as well as the international industry affairs applicable to all aspects of the aviation industry.
Designed for operations and other non-commercial professionals in the aviation industry. It focuses on building awareness and skills for understanding how and why airlines make commercial decisions and how such decisions impact operational quality and performance of an airline.
This diploma provides the basis and practical know-how to effectively develop the skills required to achieve key commercial objectives.