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Airline Management Diploma

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Master airline management and emerge with the skills to anticipate, respond, and adapt to the demands and challenges of a changing industry.

What will you learn

  • Understand the key factors that influence airline success
  • Successfully craft a case for change and present ideas designed to influence decision makers
  • Prepare a business plan and test various strategies for implementation

Who should attend

  • Entry- to mid-level managers
  • Managers new to the aviation industry
  • Managers in related industries seeking insight to the aviation industry
  • Aviation professionals entering a management role

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“The Airline Management Diploma was a great opportunity to develop my knowledge and to mirror my professional experience with the expertise of my class-mates and the content of the lectures. My motivation to take the diploma was to catch-up with new developments as the airline world changes so fast. IATA is a great place to fulfill my motivation in terms of gathering information on the current developments in the airline environment and being updated with the latest management frameworks” Georg Schmickler - DER Touristik GmbH

“The IATA Airline Management Diploma was very informative, and many of the case studies applied to my current work situation, and I learned a lot about strategies, which will enable me cut costs in my operations. The delivery method was clear, the tutor was fantastic, and we had some very interesting discussion.” Patricia Zimba – Fast Jet

"I found the learning experience with IATA to be very beneficial and informative. I have gained a lot of knowledge in a short period of time, from experienced and knowledgeable instructors. The discussions with peers from other airlines were very informative. It was a great experience and I definitely recommend it to my colleagues." Xavier Masule, Air Namibia

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