Air Transport Management is a predominantly postgraduate course which will provide you with the skills and knowledge to pursue a successful career in the aviation sector. Whether you are interested in working with an airline, an airport, operations management, design, freight organisation or project management, an Air Transport Management programme will give you an insight into many unique areas of this complex industry.
All Air Transport Management courses are professionally accredited and by the end of the programme you will be able to demonstrate a thorough understanding of aviation economics and financial management, mathematical issues surrounding transport management and complex technical and operational aspects.
Modules may include air transport economics, statistics, law, market analysis and forecasting, operations, strategy and marketing and study skills and research methods. The degree will develop a unique skill set, enabling you to learn and master an ever changing industry in the 21st century.
Air Transport Management graduates work in a wide variety of positions in the aviation industry for major airlines and manufacturers such as British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Airbus and Rolls Royce. Popular positions include airport operations, aviation maintenance, aviation insurance, aviation finance, freight planning and consultancy.
Figures revealed by The Office of National Statistics showed that air transport operatives earn just over £28,000 per year in full-time work.
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