||Subject area||Airline Business Management
|Name||Principles of Air Transport Economics|
- The footprint of deregulation, privatization and globalization is apparent in the contemporary civil aviation environment. Over the past few years, the intensification of competition has led to lower fares and/or to better service quality. The most popular routes benefited largely from this trend, as the traditional carriers had to fight the newly established low-fare airlines. The latter have also developed a new relationship with airports flying to previously non-served areas empowering the regions and rewriting the terms of accessibility.
- This course examines and analyses the main and auxiliary principles of aviation economics in an integrated way and stresses their importance as a factor of airline success. Theory is complemented with examples and case studies to assist the participants in understanding and applying constructively aviation economics techniques in their workplace.
Who shoud attend
- Middle and junior managers in charge of designing and implementing airline cost, pricing and revenue management strategies.
- All those seeking innovative ways to survive in the turbulent aviation environment and set the proper foundations for future success.
- The Economic and Corporate Environment in the Air Transport Industry
- Principles of Airline Economics
- Principles of Airport Economics.
- Introduction to Air Transport Agreements.
- The Economics of Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs).
- Civil Aviation Regulation and Deregulation.
- Fleet Planning and Aircraft Development.
- Schedules Planning.
- Airline Alliances - Principles and Implications.
- Traffic Forecasting.
- The Airline - Airport Relationship.
- Cargo Economics - Principles and Strategic Outlook.
- Economics of the Travel Distribution System
This course is not planned, Request