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Learn why airlines are launching multi-brand products to compete more cost-effectively in the marketplace. Over 5 days you will review successful airline-leading revenue practices and a number of airline business models including Low Cost (short haul and transatlantic), Ultra Low Cost, Hybrid, Long Haul Low Cost and network carriers. You will also learn how to contain specific airline costs by reviewing a number of airline strategic cost-cutting plans and incorporating necessary mechanisms and procedures to maintain a viable cost-reduction program. Through case studies and real-life airline examples, learn how to maximize revenues through strategic segmentation, and monetizing key units and products, among others in order to optimize profitability and returns.
Course Code: TALG-36-VC
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Upon completing this course you will be able to:
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An IATA Certificate of Completion is awarded to participants obtaining a grade of 70% or higher on an assessment. A special distinction is awarded to participants obtaining a grade of 90% or higher.
I recently attended the Airlines leading practice and cost reduction strategies training course at IATA in Geneva - it has completely met my expectations and has confirmed the high level of training offered by IATA. This is the fourth course I have attended at IATA. I have found that courses offered through the training catalog answer my training needs, and I was sure that IATA instructors (always very passionate and professional) would be able to keep alive my interest and answer my questions. In addition the week spent on the IATA training course was a great opportunity to meet and to exchange ideas with other professionals coming from different cultures.
Airline Marketing Manager – ATR, January 01, 0001,
Gain the skills to anticipate, respond, and adapt to the demands of a changing 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.