The Aeropolitical and Industry Affairs Diploma is designed to offer a general overview of the regulatory and legal regimes, as well as the international industry affairs applicable to all aspects of the aviation industry.
Candidates must complete 4 Elective courses within three years.
A passing mark of 70% or higher is required on all assignments and exams. A special distinction is awarded to candidates that obtain a distinction in all, or all but one, of all exams and assignments that make up this Diploma.
Gain up-to-date knowledge of the challenges faced by airlines operating to, from or within the European Union (EU).
Strengthen your understanding of air service agreements and public and international air law.
Prepare for each phase of a negotiation process, and determine both short-term and long-term costs of negotiating.
A step-by-step approach to show how your airline can assess business and technical NDC readiness.
If you’re a new airline recruit or an aviation company with airline clients, this course will bring you up to speed on key airline business practices to help you succeed in the industry.
Learn the basic drafting principles and agreements for aircraft sales and purchases, interlining, maintenance and catering, ground handling and more.
Be up-to-date on aviation environmental issues and their management, with a special emphasis on new technology, improved operations and modernized methods of airspace and airport management.
This course pays special attention to noise, local air quality and other green challenges faced by airports.
Learn how to use advocacy to shape current aviation policy and positively influence your organization’s business objectives.
This course provides a clear overview and interpretation of the EU Regulation 261/2004 that will improve how you handle passenger claims when applicable.
Contribute to your company’s success by learning how to build, analyze and implement effective alliances, strategic partnerships, and equity partnerships within the industry.