Introduction to the Airline Industry in a Changing World
Did You Know?
Over the past 30 years, the airline industry has seen many changes, such as the increased market share of low-cost carriers (LCCs) and facing its fair share of challenges, from volcanoes erupting to infectious disease outbreaks.
The next 30 years will likely be more turbulent as a new wave of technological change and innovation unfurls. But they are not the only drivers of change. Other drivers of change in the airline industry are society, the environment, the economy and politics.
Discover how airlines adapt to the socio-economic, environmental, industrial, and technical changes that impact the airline industry.
Are you planning to join or have recently joined the airline industry? Are you looking for a complete overview of the industry, especially given the changes that have had a tremendous impact on aviation? This course is for you.
This course discusses in detail the scope and structure of the aviation industry, including the impact of COVID-19, deregulation, Low-Cost Carriers (LCCs) and more. This course will take you on a tour of airports and their services. It will also discuss how the industry adopts governmental and regulatory standardized practices to ensure consistent safety and security worldwide.
This online course requires approximately 40-45 hours of study. You must complete within twelve (12) months from the purchase date (enrollment validity). After the enrollment validity expires, you cannot access the course content and take the exam.
Who is This Course For?
This course is recommended for:
Entry-level airline industry staff
Newcomers to the airline industry