Senior Civil Aviation Management

Category: Senior Civil Aviation Management

Course Description

Why Choose This Training Course

This interactive, applications-driven aeronautics & aviation training course in Dubai will highlight the strategic view on the very Dynamic Air transport system components and how to strategically manage it. It explores some advanced topics influencing the Aviation environment where many airports, airlines, air traffic management units interacting and being integrated. The training course will emphasize applications of real cases in aviation management practice; will focus on creating a clearer understanding of how to strategically lead your aviation organization effectively under the strict aviation regulation.

This training course also highlights the ICAO/IATA regulation and economic consideration for the purpose of improvement continuity.

This Training Course Will Feature

  • How to optimize the various managerial techniques at various aviation entities
  • The complex relationships between airport management and the airlines that serve their airports
  • The Aviation Organization Management and forecasting methods
  • How to optimize the Aeronautical and Non- Aeronautical revenues at airports
  • The capacity measurements of airport facilities and the various strategies to reduce delay based on Win-Win game
  • Airport financial management & the future of airports
  • The importance of the A-CDM & the future of commercial air carriers

Benefit Of Attending

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the strategic concept of the complex system of air transport
  • Navigate the world aviation database to get insight for the pioneer industry best practice
  • Understand the ownership characteristics of airports
  • Define the various Aeronautical and Non- Aeronautical revenues
  • Understand essential strategic decision making tools employed by Civil Aviation Authorities
  • Gain best practice from an international and experienced manager
  • Describe the complex relationships among the air traffic control units, airport management and the airlines that serve their airports
  • Describe the concept & implementation phases of the A-CDM

Who Is This Training Course For

This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Civil Aviation Authorities Middle and Top managements staff
  • Senior managers of Civil Aviation Authorities
  • Senior Management of Airport / Airline Authorities
  • Aviation steering committees members

How Will This Training Course Be Presented

This training course will utilize a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. The daily workshops will be highly interactive and participative. This involves regular discussion of applications as well as hands-on exposure to Aviation stakeholder’s top management using management tools. Delegates are strongly encouraged to bring their own work domain. This adds greater relevancy to the content.

The Course Content

  • The Aerospace Industry & The Air Transportation Industry
  • The Growth era & Maturity—Jets Arrive
  • Economic Developments Prior to Deregulation
  • Post-deregulation Evolution & General Aviation
  • Safety Management Systems (SMS)
  • General Aviation Statistics
  • The Available Market
  • Structure of the Airline Industry
  • Aviation Statistics & Aviation service providers Certification
  • Aviation Traffic and Financial Highlights
  • Management & the new Corporate Structure
  • Functions of Management
  • Organization & the Organizational Chart
  • Staff Departments
  • The Purpose of Forecasting and Forecasting Methods
  • The Mission of Scheduling
  • Flight Operations and Crew Scheduling
  • Schedule Planning and Coordination
  • Hub-and-Spoke Scheduling
  • Factors in Fleet Planning & The Fleet-planning Process
  • The Decision to Upgrade or Replace using MCDM
  • Economic, Political, and Social Roles of Airports
  • Aeronautical Fees and Charges
  • Revenue Strategies at Commercial Airports
  • Pricing of Airport Facilities and Services
  • Airport Capacity, Flight Delays and the Future
  • Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM)