OAE351 Syllabus - Aviation Management - 2021 Regulation - Open Elective | Anna University

OAE351 Syllabus - Aviation Management - 2021 Regulation - Open Elective | Anna University

OAE351

AVIATION MANAGEMENT

 L T P C

3003

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
• To acquire solid background of managerial skills in aviation management
• To develop personality to face business difficulties.
• To control multicultural conditions.
• To identify the relevant analytical and logical skills to deal with problems in the airline industry.
• To learn the concepts of performing well in teams, professionalism, an d the knowledge acquired in the field of airport planning, airport security, passengers forecasting, aerodromes work etc

UNIT I

INTRODUCTION

9

History of aviation – organisation, global, social & ethical environment – history of Aviation in India – major players in the airline industry - swot analysis of the different Airline companies in India – market potential of airline industry in India – new airport Development plans – current challenges in the airline industry - competition in the Airline industry – domestic and international from an Indian perspective

UNIT II

AIRPORT INFRASTRUCTURE AND MANAGEMENT

8

Airport planning – terminal planning design and operation – airport operations – Airport functions – organisation structure in an airline - airport authority of India - Comparison of global and Indian airport management – role of AAI -airline privatisation - full Privatisation - gradual privatisation – partial privatization


UNIT III

AIR TRANSPORT SERVICES

12

Various airport services - international air transport services – Indian scenario – an Overview of airports in Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bangalore – the role of private Operators – airport development fees, rates, tariffs

UNIT IV

INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK

8

Role of DGCA - slot allocation – methodology followed by AFC and DGCA -management of Bilaterals – economic regulations

UNIT V

CONTROLLING

8

Role of air traffic control - airspace and navigational aids – control process – case Studies in airline industry – Mumbai Delhi airport privatisation – Navi Mumbai airport Tendering process – 6 cases in the airline industry

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

COURSE OUTCOMES:
CO1: To interpret business difficulties.
CO2: To Dissect multicultural conditions.
CO3: To identify and apply the relevant analytical and logical skills to deal with problems in the airline industry.
CO4: To Develop well in teams, professionalism etc.
CO5: To apply the knowledge acquired in the field of airport planning, airport security, passengers forecasting, aerodromes work etc.

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Graham.A. Managing Airports: An International Perspective - Butterworth - Heinemann, Oxford 2001.
2. Wells.A. Airport Planning and Management, 4th Edition McGraw- Hill, London 2000.

REFERENCES:
1. Doganis. R. The Airport Business Routledge, London 1992
2. Alexender T. Wells, Seth Young, Principles of Airport Management, McGraw Hill 2003
3. P S Senguttavan Fundementals of Air Transport Management , Excel Books 2007
4. Richard de Neufille, Airport Systems: Planning, Design and Management, McGraw-Hill London 2007.
5. Manual of Aerodrome licensing of AAI airports – AAI website – freely downloadable – issue may 2010

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