Persons interested in a wide range of aviation management applications such as airport managers, airport operations officers, corporate investigative positions in government or private organizations would find this degree appropriate. The degree is especially relevant for those who have earned bachelor's degrees in aviation-related fields or those with non-aviation degrees who have gained aviation foundational knowledge through experience and now require more specialized aviation management knowledge. Individuals without current experience in aviation-related fields may be accepted into this program; however, AVT Airspace Safety may be required as a prerequisite.
CAT Magazine showcases the latest training practices for pilots, cabin crew and maintainers throughout the civil airline industry. Every issue of the magazine contains at least five major articles on training around the world, along with; an extended news and analysis section, event reviews and an industry calendar.
Chris has an extensive background in training systems development, international marketing and sales, contracts and program management.
He maintains his civil pilot license and has been current on fixed-wing aircraft for over 30 years. He is based in Ontario, Canada. His insights and knowledge about training and simulation were gained through five operational assignments and major staff management positions.
Marty is based in New Orleans. His background encompassing more than 25 years includes extensive editorial experience in a wide variety of emerging new technologies. He has written for major aerospace companies on their latest technology research and development work, including that for military and civilian aircraft.
This time included three years as a basic jet instructor on exchange with the French Air Force. After his time with the Air Force, Chris worked for BAE Systems initially as a Standards Staneval pilot, responsible for training and testing both students and instructors.
He was promoted to manager, running the remote operations, and then to Director of Sales and Marketing for a company within BAe Systems. While his work took him to live in Saudi Arabia, Scotland, the United States and France, Chris is now based in Toulouse, France, where he works as a consultant on projects run by the European Commission and for several major European players.The Journal of Air Transport Management (JATM) sets out to address, through high quality research articles and authoritative commentary, the major economic, management and policy issues facing the air transport industry today.
It offers practitioners and academics an international and dynamic forum for.
BLM’s aviation program is the largest within the Department of Interior’s eight Bureaus. Aircraft are Bureau owned, contracted and are obtained as Call-When-Needed (CWN) or Aircraft Rental Agreement (ARA) to fill the mission requirements to meet BLM management objectives.
Aviation Photojournal brings you the BEST in aviation and military photography. From the fastest modern jets to historic warbirds - we've got it covered!
Editorial Board member of the Journal of Airport Management and co-author of Airport Operations (, McGraw-Hill) Former Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer of the International Aviation Management Training Institute (IAMTI).
Aviation Management - leslutinsduphoenix.com Programme Overview The Master of Science in Aviation Management has been developed in response to industry need and is designed to emphasise the application of modern management concepts, methods and tools to the challenges of the aviation industry and business in general.
Articles are written by industry experts who understand the unique challenges faced by aviation service professionals. The editorial delves into issues affecting each of the main constituencies as well as safety and risk management, marketing, human resources, financial and technology issues, industry news and events, and more.