Aviation Management Syllabus Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Regulation 2010

Aviation Management Syllabus Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Regulation 2010

  • Ability to understand core concepts, characteristics and principles in Aviation Management.
  • To be able to understand and familiarize with the basic conceptsof management and their functions.
  • Demonstrate multi-disciplinary problem solving and management techniques in the process of decision making in aviation sector.
  • To be able to understand and develop the labor management relation in the airline industry.
  • Be able to acquire detail knowledge ofcivil aviation& international aviation.
  • To be able to developleadership skills &manages the problems created by trade union.
  • Ability to prepare the Fleet Planning and Airline Scheduling.
  • Better understanding of Airline management and organization.
  • Ability to understand the functions of continuing airworthiness management organization (CAMO) & safety management system (SMS).
  • Ability to demonstrate cooperation and negotiation skills with third parties in Aviation Management.

 

SHORT DESCRIPTION

Introduction to Aviation Management; Views of Aviation;The Historical Perspective of Aviation;The Air Transportation : Regulators & Association;General Aviation Industry;The Airline Industry;Economic Characteristics of Airlines;Airline Management and Organization;Air Cargo;Fleet Planning; Principles of Airline Scheduling;Airline Labor Relation;Airport Operations.

 

DETAIL DESCRIPTION

THEORY

  1. INTRODUCTION TO AVIATION MANAGEMENT
    • Introduction to Aviation
    • Brief description of Civil Aviation
      • General Aviation
      • Commercial Aviation
    • Define Military Aviation
    • Airline
    • Airport
    • Air Traffic Control

 

  1. UNDERSTAND THE VIEWS OF AVIATION
    • Describe the scope and economic significance of Aviation
    • Define Aerospace Industry
      • Major Aircraft Manufacturer
      • Engine Manufacturer
      • Parts & Components Manufacturer

 

  • Explain the following:
    • Characteristics of aerospace industry
    • Economic profile
    • Government market
    • Contribution to economy
    • Contribution to efficient conduct of business
    • Impact on personal and pleasure travel patterns
  • The Air Transportation Industry

 

  1. DESCRIBETHE HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF AVIATION
    • Introduction
    • The Formative Period: 1918 – 1938
      • Airmail service
      • Post office department service
    • The Growth years: 1938-1958
    • Maturity – Jets Arrive: 1958 – 1978

3.5       INTERNATIONAL AVIATION

3.5.1    The Question of Sovereignty in Airspace

3.5.2    Paris Convention – 1919

3.5.3    Havana Convention – 1928

3.5.4    International Air Law

3.5.5    Warsaw Convention – 1929

3.5.6    Chicago Convention- 1944

3.5.7    Bermuda Agreement – 1946

3.4.8    The Pursuit of Open Skies

3.5.9    Globalization

3.5.10  Globalization of Airlines

3.5.11  Future Challenges

 

  1. THE AIR TRANSPORTATION : REGULATORS& ASSOCIATION
    • Introduction
    • The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
      • List out Major responsibilities
      • Mention Other FAA Activities
    • The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
      • Formation of ICAO.
      • Explain how ICAO works?
      • Define:
  1. The Assembly
  2. The Council
  • The Secretariat
    • Mention the Goals of ICAO
    • State the Strategic Objectives of ICAO
    • ICAO Standard and Recommended Practices (SARPS)
    • Explain the South Asian Regional Initiative (SARI) of COSCAP-SA.
  • European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
    • Summarize the functions of EASA
    • Key out the Responsibilities
    • Describe the EASA Regulations
    • Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO)
  • Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB)
    • Historical Background
    • Drawout the Functions
    • Outlinethe Civil Aviation Regulations
    • Safety Management System (SMS)
  • International Air Transport Association (IATA)
    • Formation of IATA.
    • What is the Mission of IATA?
    • Define areas of Activity
  • National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
  • Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB)
  • Major Aviation Associations
    • Airline- related associations
    • Other airlines associations
    • General aviation association
    • International association

 

  1. DESCRIBE GENERAL AVIATION INDUSTRY
    • Introduction
    • General aviation statistics
    • Give an idea about General aviation fleet
    • Uses of aircraft
    • Airports
    • FAA services
    • General Aviation Support Industry
    • The Manufacturer
    • Aviation service industry

5.9.1    Describe Fixed Base Operator (FBO)

  • Business & Personal market

 

  1. EXPLAIN THE AIRLINE INDUSTRY
    • Introduction
    • Structure of Airline Industry
    • Define Commuters airline

 

  1. UNDERSTAND THE ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF AIRLINES
    • Introduction
    • Describe Economic characteristics of airlines
    • Number and sizes of firms
    • Define High barrier ‘ s entry
    • Economies of scale
    • Growth through merger
    • Close government regulation

 

  1. UNDERSTAND THE AIRLINE MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION
    • Introduction
    • Management
    • IdentifytheLevel of management
    • Explain Decision making steps
    • Function of management
      • Planning
      • Organizing
      • Staffing
      • Directing
      • Controlling
    • Organization
      • Principles of organization planning
  1. Span of Control
  2. Delegation of Authority
    • Line and staff responsibilities
  • Organization chart
  • Staff Departments
    • Finance and property
    • Information services
    • Personnel
    • Medical
    • Community relations and publicity
    • Economic planning
  • Line Departments
    • Flight operations
    • Engineering & Maintenance
    • Quality Control and Assurance
    • Marketing & services

 

  1. EXPLAIN THE AIR CARGO
    • Introduction
    • Historical Overview
    • Air Cargo Today
    • The Future
    • The Market for Air Freight
    • Types of Air Freight Rates
    • Special Air Freight Services
    • Factors Affecting Air Freight Rates

 

  1. UNDERSTAND AIRLINE FLEET PLANNING
    • Introduction
    • Mention the Factors in Fleet Planning
    • Design & Development
    • Describe The Fleet Planning Process
      • Information needed
      • The Fleet Planning Model
      • System constraints
      • Aircraft evaluation
      • Tentative fleet plan and financial evaluation
      • Presentation & Management Approval
    • The Decision to Upgrade or replace

 

  1. UNDERSTAND THE PRINCIPLES OF AIRLINE SCHEDULING
    • Introduction
    • The Mission of Scheduling
    • Equipment Maintenance
    • Flight Operations and Crew Scheduling
    • Ground Operations and Facility Limitations
    • Schedule Planning and Coordination
    • Equipment Assignment and Types of Schedules
    • Hub-and-Spoke Scheduling
    • Data Limitations in Airline Scheduling

 

  1. UNDERSTAND AIRLINE LABOR RELATION
    • Introduction
    • Increased employee productivity
    • Revitalized leadership
    • Reduction In Union raiding
    • Profit sharing
    • Two- tier wage structure

 

  1. INTRODUCTION TO AIRPORT OPERATIONS
    • Aviation Safety and Security
    • Passenger Services
    • Ground Services
    • Flight Operations
    • Understand Airport Economics
    • Airport Support Services
    • Different areas of an airport, such as Landside, Terminal, and Airside

 

 

REFERENCE BOOKS

 

  1. Air Transportation: A Management PerspectiveSixth Edition by JOHN G. WENSVEEN; Ashgate Publishing Limited UK.
  2. Aviation Management: Global and National Perspectives byRatandeep Singh;

Kanishka Publishers, New Delhi.

  1. Air Navigation Order (ANO), CAAB.

 

 

 

Shakil Mahmud                                                                       Engr. S.M. AkmalHossain

Teacher                                                                                   Principal, AIB