Aviation Development in Developing Countries

These courses entail the study of the United States air transport industry and the government agencies such as DOT, FAA, and NTSB that are involved in the air transport industry. The focus is on the comparison of the U.S. commercial air transportation and the pertinent legislation governing that sector of the industry with that of participants’ home countries. An in-depth analysis and comparative study of the U.S. airline industry in the “pre-deregulation” environment versus the intensely competitive “post-deregulation” environment, provides the student with a keen understanding of the evolution of the U.S. airline industry.

An understanding of the meteorological foundation critical for the safe conduct of flights; a systematic development of the variables comprising atmospheric composition and structure, atmospheric circulation systems, and aviation weather hazards and introduction to the functions, rules, phraseology, and publications utilized in the Air Traffic Control system.

Commercial and Regulatory Aspects of the Air Transport Industry contact ippean New York February 14 – 19;August 01 -06
Aviation Weather and Safety Issues New York February 21 – 26;August 08 -13
Airport Traffic Control and Management New York March 14 – 19;July 04 -09
Development and Management of Flight Operations New York March 21 – 26; July 11 -16

Global Business Operations

With the global financial meltdown, both the local and international business climates have changed dramatically. Many companies have suffered great financial losses, with some still bleeding financially while many have shut down.

Risks management is an essential aspect of managing a successful project or program. The courses will provide the participants with an understanding of the methods, concepts and tools that are necessary to identify, assess, and analyze risks.

International Business Environments and Operations contact ippean New York February 20 – 27;August 8 -14


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