Airport management – An overview
The aviation industry in the country has a bright outlook. The way the Indian economy is growing and revolutionary changes are being brought up in the field of aviation, the industry is likely to grow manifolds in the years to come. It is natural that in the coming years the aviation industry will be in need of large and competent manpower to manage its resources across hundreds of airports spread all over the country. Known by various terms such as airlines, aviation and airport management, it deals with managing services at an airport, fire safety, security, ticketing, cargo handling, ground handling of aircrafts, aircraft operations, dangerous goods handling and planning every other activity related to flying in an airport.
Eligibility and duration of course
Pass in 10+2 from any of the streams, with 55% marks in aggregate. The complete course is covered in 3 years.
More about the course
The course helps you in understanding the various aspects related to managing an airport and handling aircraft operations. The students get to learn about managing the air traffic through ATC, aircraft rescue procedures in case of emergencies such as tyre bursts or crash landing. They learn about safety management, cargo handling, ground handling of aircrafts and the various tarmac procedures. Among the related subjects that you study in this course are airport rules, regulations and environmental regulations concerning airfields.
Job opportunities in airport management
Someone who graduates in aviation or airport management has an array of fields to choose from. From entry level to middle level managerial positions you can seek employment in any of the airports in the country or even abroad. There’s a heavy demand for trained professionals in the Gulf countries, where the aviation market is very large and growing at a fast pace. In the country, there are opportunities through Airport Authority of India (AAI), a government body managing airport operations or you can get employed in any of the privately managed airports. You can also get employed by the airlines for managing their day to day operations and other services. Jobs in this field are in airport operations, ticketing, reservations, baggage and cargo handling, customs, immigration control, airline catering services, flight attendants, cabin crew services, airport lounge services, crash crew, air traffic control, aircraft ground handling and many more. You also have the option to join higher learning courses like MBA, MSc and some postgraduate diplomas.
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