Course Detail: MGM-6300 - International Aviation Management


International Aviation Management (ERAU): You will perform an investigation of international aviation management and its three elements: the nature of international aviation business; working in a foreign environment; and managing in an international environment. This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of geographic, social, cultural and managerial elements within the international aviation management environment.

Module 1: The Global Aviation Industry

  • The Business of the Aviation Industry
  • Future Aviation Industry Challenges
  • Quiz 

Module 2: Airlines

  • Overview of the International Airline Industry
  • Current Trends and Issues Facing the Airlines
  • Quiz 

Module 3: Air Cargo

  • Overview of the International Air Cargo Industry
  • Air Cargo Technology
  • Quiz

Module 4: Airports

  • Overview of the International Airport Industry
  • Airport Public-Private Partnerships and Capacity Problems
  • Quiz

Module 5: Aircraft Manufacturers

  • Overview of the International Aircraft Manufacturers Industry
  • Aircraft Manufacturers Technological Advances and Efficiencies
  •  Final Exam

Who should attend

This course is recommended for:

  • Junior level managers in all fields of aviation
  • Managers entering the aviation industry
  • Aviation professionals seeking a managerial/supervisory role

Available Sessions