Airports increasingly present a major infrastructure constraint to meeting the demand for air travel. Airport development often conflicts with other policy objectives and is becoming a highly contentious topic. This seminar aims to address a number of key issues of interest to airport planners and managers and those formulating airport policy.
This Airport Finance and Strategy course provides an insight into the key economic and financial issues crucial to airport managers and planners around the world.
This short course aims to address key demand and supply issues in air transport, assess forecasting methodologies and discuss future strategies.
This course is designed to provide a firm grounding in the fundamental principles of airline and airport economics and commercial planning, as well as addressing regulatory and policy issues.
This course provides an understanding of a number of key issues in air transport management, marketing and business planning. We will consider both the airline and airport sectors of the industry.
This course aims to create a forum for airports and airlines that will discuss how to effectively conduct and assess market research. The air transport industry is constantly striving to become more commercially effective in an competitive and uncertain business environment. Market research is of particular importance to this, providing vital information to enable demand-led decisions.