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Applying Human Error Framework To Explore Prevention Strategies For Wrong Surface Events , William Bowers

United States Coast Guard Aviation Safety Climate Assessment Instrument , James Robert Cooley

Self-Identification From The Professional And Social Perspectives Of Flight , Carly Lane Crockett

Which U.S. Executive Agency Is The Most Practical To Promulgate Space Debris Mitigation Regulations, And How Will The Space Debris Legal Framework Further Develop? , Tate Garvin Few

Jackpot In The Skies: Overcoming Challenges Of How FAA Part 139 Airports And American Indian Tribes Can Cooperate In The Implementation Of Gaming , Noah Reese Gunter

The Impact Of The Authority Gradient Created By Rank Imbalance On The Role Effectiveness Of U.S. Coast Guard Safety Officers , James Bernard Mccormack

The Impact Of Training Disruption On Commercial Certificate Attainment In Collegiate Aviation Programs , Jonathan Pearson

Cognitive Decay And Memory Recall During Long Duration Spaceflight , Terry E. Rector

Theses/Dissertations from 2022 2022

Access To Music Among Air Traffic Controllers: Perceptions, Performance, Stress, And Ethics , Vincent Paul Domen

An Exploratory Analysis Of A Time Synchronization Protocol For UAS , Marcos Fernandez-Tous

Analysis Of Safety Event Reporting Behaviors And Attitudes Amongst USCG Aviators , Kevan Patrick Hanson

Incorporating Worker Protections In Collective Bargaining Agreements As A Facilitator For Self-Reporting , Todd Heyne

Is United States (U.S.) Policy Sufficient To Develop Earth-Moon Economic Zone Infrastructures By 2049? , Terry Jaggers

An Evaluation Of The Relationships Between Resilient Safety Culture, Safety Risk Parameters, And Mindfulness In The International Air Show Community , Emmanouil "Manolis" Karachalios

Exploration Of The Handling Qualities Of An Autonomous Unmanned Aircraft System Using A Grounded Theory Methodology Toward The Identification Of Characteristic Traits , Michael Mclean

A Cross-Sectional Exploratory Study On Voluntary Reporting Of Professional Groups In U.S. Commercial Aviation , James Norman

An Indepth Look On Earth-Anchoring Through Architectural Treatments To Mitigate Psychological And Psychosocial Issues During Long-Duration Spaceflight , Skye Elizabeth Schwartz

An Evaluation Of The Relationships Between Safety Management Systems (SMS), Transformational Safety Leadership, Self-Efficacy, And Safety Performance Metrics In A 14 Code Of Federal Regulation (CFR) Part 121 Airline: A Mediation Analysis , Robert John Waltz

Theses/Dissertations from 2021 2021

Understanding Decision-Making Styles Of Part 135 Pilots In Remote Settings And Their Impact On Aviation Safety: A Qualitative Enquiry Of Alaskan Operational Environments , Dana Atkins

Open And Fair Skies: A Level Playing Field For American Workers , Shea Byom

Ammonia/Water Thermodynamic Cycle For Lunar Power Applications , Jeremy David Harris

Airframe And Power Plant Certificate Continued Education Requirements And Renewals , Robert Teal

Flight Training For Commercial Remote Pilots , Michael Walach

Theses/Dissertations from 2020 2020

Safety Culture In Collegiate Aviation: A Cross-Sectional Analysis Between Multiple Universities , Robert Foster

The Impact Of Safety On Fleet Acquisition And Management In U.S Commercial Airlines , Dinusha Sammani Gunarathna

Pilot Perception Of Automation Use: A Generational Assessment , Ryan Leadens

Preparing Commercial Space For Safety Management System Implementation , Brian Eugene Teske

Theses/Dissertations from 2019 2019

United States Coast Guard Aviation Safety: Relationship Between The Safety Survey And The Extent Of Hazard Reporting , James Cooley

Spectral Variations Of D-Type Asteroids At Different Heliocentric Distances , Gordon M. Gartrelle

Career Change Theory: An Analysis Of Second Career Pilots Pursuing The Aviation Profession , Alex Nikle

Theses/Dissertations from 2018 2018

Regional Airline Study: The Impact Of Operational Volume On Performance At Capacity Constrained Airports , Brady Bjerke

A Comparative Analysis Of Manned And Unmanned Aviators's Approach To Safety , Aaron Marlo Dahl

The Impact Of Pre-Entry Attributes And College Experiences On Degree Attainment For Students In A Collegiate Flight Program , Andrew Leonard

Theses/Dissertations from 2017 2017

Use of Rounded Base Turns in General Aviation Traffic Patterns: A Quantitative Analysis , Lewis Robert James Archer

Use Of FOQA Data To Estimate The Probability Of Vehicle Upset Or Loss Of Control In-Flight , Shelby Balogh

Female Airline Transport Pilots: The Role of Mentoring , Paul Cline

The Effects of SMS Implementation on Safety Culture Within Helicopter Emergency Medical Services , Ray William Gardner

Spacesuit Integrated Carbon Nanotube Dust Mitigation System For Lunar Exploration , Kavya Kamal Manyapu

Collegiate Training Initiative - Training Methods as a Predictor to Success , Stephen Robello

Pilot Awareness and Preventative Measures of Ultraviolet Radiation Effects at Altitude , Michael Eric Thompson

A Survey Measuring The Efficacy Of Duty And Rest Guidelines In Business Aviation Operations , Timothy Wollmuth

Theses/Dissertations from 2016 2016

An Evaluation of the Relationships Between Safety Management System Intiatives, Transformational Safety Leadership, Self-Efficacy, Safety Behavior and Safety Related Events Mediated by Safety Motivation in Collegiate Aviation , Daniel Kwasi Adjekum

Fatigue Mitigation Effects of En-Route Napping on Commercial Airline Pilots Flying International Routes , Thomas Bunting

A Mixed Method Approach to Collegiate Aviation Risk Assessment for Dual Cross-Country Flights at the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences , Paula Renee Carlson

A Study Evaluating if Targeted Training for Startle Effect can Improve Pilot Reactions in Handling Unexpected Situations in a Flight Simulator , Michael Gillen

Regional Airline Pilot Commute: How Commuting by Air Affects Pilots' Satisfaction with Life , Andrew David Kleinfehn

The Relationship of a Pilot's Educational Background, Aeronautical Experience and Recency of Experience to Performance in Initial Training at a Regional Airline , Nancy Shane

A Review and Application of Aviation Forecasting for Airport Planners , Robert Sims

Measuring Change in PM2.5 Emissions as Nextgen Operational Procedures are Implemented at Large U.S. Airports , Demerise Eileen Tighe

Theses/Dissertations from 2015 2015

The Effect Of Skydiver Experience On High-Performance Landing Fatalities , Gregory Bodensteiner

Factors That Influence Pilot Usage of Flight Following , Jody Barbara Bulger

U.S. Airspace Integration: Perspectives of the FAA UAS Test Site Program , Marian Laura Courtney

General Aviation Maintenance Technician Fatigue and Work/Rest Periods , Blaise Eisenbeil

Enhancing General Aviation Aircraft Safety With Supplemental Angle Of Attack Systems , David E. Kugler

Pilot Perception of Electronic Flight Bags at Part 121 Air Carriers , Donley Lytle

Caffeine Use Within the Safety Sensitive Industry , Cory Austin Mullins

Theses/Dissertations from 2014 2014

Unmanned Aircraft Systems: Factors That Affect The Acceptance Of Unmanned Aircraft Usage Within The United States National Airspace System , Eric Cameron

Effects of Railway Labor Act Election Rule Changes on Voter Participation and Unionization Activity , Michael Elsenrath

Predicting Irregular Flight Operations Using a Binary Machine Learning Approach Based on National Meteorological Data , Martin Hellwig

Privatization of Air Traffic Control Services in the United States: A Comparison of Past Government Privatization Efforts in the United States and Other Countries , Daniel Lindsey

An Analysis of Students' Perceptions to Just Culture in the Aviation Industry: A Study of a Midwest Aviation Training Program (Case Study) , Lazo Akram Mohammad

The Relationship Between Labor Unions and Safety in US Airlines: Is There a "Union Effect?" , Renee Catherine Zapf

Theses/Dissertations from 2013 2013

Safety Culture: An Assessment of a Collegiate Aviation Program , Daniel Kwasi Adjekum

Increased Flight Time Requirements of Public Law 111-216: Unnecessary for Collegiate-Trained Aviators? , Eric Hewitt Basile

A Mixed Method Approach to Collegiate Aviation Self-Assessment of G-Load on Landing: Pilot Perception Versus Reality , Karin Louise Hensellek

Delays in Hiring Air Traffic Collegiate Training Initiative (AT-CTI) Graduates and the Impact on Their Training Success Rate , Terra Jorgenson

Pilot Supply and Demand: A Quantitative Forecast Examining Changing Industry Dynamics , Nicholas Lounsberry

Self-Reported Emotional States and Air Traffic Controller Operational Error Rates in Advanced Air Traffic Control Students , Aaron Jon Sour

Five Factor Model Personality Profiles of University of North Dakota Unmanned Aircraft Systems Students , Zachary Peter Waller

Theses/Dissertations from 2012 2012

Aeronautical Decision Making in Helicopter Emergency Medical Systems (HEMS): The Effect of Mission Orientation and Local Base Finances on the Go/No Go Decision , Paul Cline

Airline Pilot Non-Flight Related Activities During Cruise Flight and Perceptions on Their Safety Effects , Spencer Conklin

Participation in Instrumental Music as a Predictor of Success in a Collegiate Level Aviation Flight Course , Tyson Gresham Jaquez

Participation In Instrumental Music As A Predictor Of Success In A Collegiate Level Aviation Flight Course , Tyson Gresham Jaquez

Employee Work Attitudes Post Merger and Acquisition , Adam Sorenson

Theses/Dissertations from 2011 2011

Modern airline pilots quandary : standard operating procedures -- to comply or not to comply , Carrie Giles

Automatic Dependant Surveillance-Broadcast Training , Andrew Leonard

Airport Solar and Geothermal Power , Raymond Mills

Theses/Dissertations from 2010 2010

Pilot Skills and Aerodynamic Knowledge for Operating Smaller Unmanned Aircraft Systems , Barbara Adams

Air Traffic Controllers: Flying in the Face of Danger? A Look Into the Effects of the Time of Day , Jason Boergerhoff

Applying Additional Self Service Methodologies to Commercial Aviation Baggage Handling: Is A Potential “Win-Win” Being Left on the Table? , Derrick Denny

Handedness as a Predictor of Success in FAR Part 141 Flight Training , Danielle Dracy

Safety Management System Implementation and Personnel Issues at Small Airports , Kyle Fischer

Flight Instructor Socio-Communicative Orientation and Perceptions of Cockpit Assertiveness , Julie Hall

Effects of Fatigue and Self-reported Countermeasures Used by Regional Airline Pilots Conducting Continuous Duty Overnight , Andrew LaVenture

Examination of Runway Occupancy Times for General Aviation Aircraft , Scott Lookabill

Theses/Dissertations from 2009 2009

Correlating Boredom Proneness With Automation Complacency in Modern Airline Pilots , Hemant Bhana

Alternative Fuels For Ground Support Equipment , Samuel Enlof

Improving Interpersonal Communication Between Generation Y and Management in Flight Service , Jeanette Fischer

Major Airline Pilot Hiring, Low Cost Versus Legacy , Daniel Lang

A Case Study: Third Party Performance-Based Navigation Instrument Flight Procedure Design Regulations at the Federal Aviation Administration, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia, and the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand , Matthew Vacanti

Theses/Dissertations from 2008 2008

Degradation of Piloting Skills , Michael Gillen

Evaluating the Influence of Airport Governance Structures on Financial Performance , Marcelo Lima

Air Crew Alcohol and Drug Policies: A Survey of FAR of Part 91 Corporate/Executive Flight Operations , Johnene Vardiman

Theses/Dissertations from 2007 2007

A Comparative Analysis of Scenario Based Training and Maneuver Based Training in a 14 CFR part 141 Private Pilot Certification Course , Jered Lease

Theses/Dissertations from 2006 2006

The Effect of Airline Scheduling on Airport Delays , Craig Carlson

Theses/Dissertations from 2005 2005

The Financial Effect of 9-11 on Airports' Profit Margins , Lars Aasvestad

An Industry Assessment: Are Aircraft Dispatchers in a Holding Pattern? , Georgiann Sailer

Theses/Dissertations from 2004 2004

Flight Observations for Initial Flight Students: Are They Worthwhile? , Tammy Jo Schwarz

Factors Which Decrease the Search Time of an Aircraft Crash , Ryan Wallace

Theses/Dissertations from 1996 1996

Identifying Indicators of Program Quality in U.S. Baccalaureate Aviation Programs , Paul Douglas Lindseth

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  • engineering

Examples of industry experience Your industry experience could be (but not limited to) any of the following:

  • advanced flying training (e.g. any holder of command instrument rating, commercial pilot licence or air transport pilot licence)
  • air traffic controller
  • airport operations specialist
  • airport compliance personnel
  • airport/aviation consultant
  • aviation legal practitioner
  • airline captain, first officer, second officer or line pilot
  • business strategy analyst
  • defence force personnel
  • flying instructor
  • flight attendant
  • flight scheduler
  • human factors analyst
  • licensed aircraft maintenance engineer
  • aircraft technician
  • managerial role
  • marketing and sales personnel
  • network planner
  • police and fire fighters
  • research analyst
  • revenue analyst
  • flight dispatcher and load controller
  • flight safety operations
  • risk management personnel.

English language requirements

You may be asked to provide evidence of your English proficiency to study at UNSW depending on your educational background and citizenship. English language skills are vitally important for coping with lectures, tutorials, assignments and examinations - this is why UNSW requires a minimum English language competency for enrolment.

If you’re completing an Australian Year 12 qualification (e.g. NSW HSC or equivalent), you do not need to provide anything extra to prove your proficiency. Your qualification will be used as evidence of your English proficiency.

If you do need to provide evidence of your English proficiency, this will be indicated in your application. You can prove this by providing evidence that you meet one or more of the following criteria:

  • English language tests and university English courses
  • Prior study in the medium of English
  • Other qualifications

If you need to improve your English skills before you start your degree, UNSW College’s Academic English Programs are for you. The programs are suitable for various English levels and help you prepare for university studies and life in Australia.

You may be asked to provide evidence of your English proficiency to study at UNSW depending on whether you are from an English-speaking background or non-English speaking background. English language skills are vitally important for coping with lectures, tutorials, assignments and examinations - this is why UNSW requires a minimum English language competency for enrolment.

If English is not your first language, you’ll need to provide proof of your English proficiency before you can be given an offer to study at UNSW. You can do this by providing evidence that you meet one or more of the following criteria:

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Program structure.

The Master of Aviation Management is comprised of 16 courses, including a compulsory research project taken in your final term under the guidance of a supervisor on an aviation topic of your choice. You may choose courses in any order that suits your interests and may study part-time or full-time in any term depending on your other commitments.

There are 20 elective courses for you to tailor your degree to your interests:

  • AVIA5001 Law and Regulations in Aviation (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5003 Aviation and Security (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5004 Aviation Safety & Accident Prevention (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5005 Airline Operational Management (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5006 Airport Planning (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5007 Airport Operations Management (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5008 Air Traffic Management (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5009 Airline Corporate Management (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5015 Safety Management Systems (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5017 Human Factors in Transportation Safety (6 UoC) ^ (Not currently available)
  • AVIA5018 Aviation Human Factors (6 UoC) ^
  • AVIA5022 Aircraft Accident Investigation Techniques (6 UoC) ø
  • AVIA5024 Flight Deck Operations for Advanced Transport Aircraft (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5030 Aviation, Tourism and Sustainable Development (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5032 Quantitative Analysis in Aviation Economics (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5035 Air Transport: Economic Management and Policy (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5037 Airline Operations and Delay Management (6 UoC)
  • AVIA5039 Airworthiness for Transport Category Aircraft (6 UoC)
  • AVIA9101 Safety Risk Management: Human Performance (6 UoC)
  • AVIA9201 Safety Risk Management: Physical Hazards (6 UoC)

ø Students are recommended to complete AVIA5015 prior to undertaking AVIA5022. Students enrolling in AVIA5022 without AVIA5015 should hold advanced knowledge of SMS.

^Students who completed AVIA5017 are excluded from undertaking AVIA5018 and vice versa.

There is one compulsory course:

  • AVIA5020 Aviation Research Project (6 UoC) *

*AVIA5020 is a compulsory course for students enrolled in the MScTech (Aviation) & MAvMgmt programs. It’s recommended to undertake this course in the final term of studies.

The graduate diploma provides an articulation pathway into the Master of Aviation Management. After completing the Graduate Diploma in Aviation Management, provided you have achieved a WAM of >65, you’ll only need to complete a further 48 units of credit including a research project to complete the master’s degree.

A detailed flowchart showing the pathways for entry into UNSW's Master of Aviation Management

Australia has one of the most highly developed aviation industries in the world. It’s home to some of the best global airlines and has significant hubs for airlines based in Asia, the Americas and Europe.

Aviation management is a broad and dynamic field. It offers a wide range of career opportunities in areas such as: 

  • airline marketing
  • flight operations management
  • aviation economics
  • aviation law and regulations
  • aviation safety
  • aviation security
  • corporate planning
  • fleet planning
  • schedule planning
  • flight operations
  • air traffic management
  • aircraft engineering
  • airport management.

Aviation management graduates are hired by airlines and related organisations such as airports, government agencies, tourism authorities, freight forwarders and airport ground handling companies. If you look even more widely you can also join consulting firms, IT firms and air safety authorities.

UNSW Aviation produces graduates of the highest calibre, whose qualifications are recognised throughout the world. Our graduates work across a range of Australian and international organisations including Qantas, Airservices Australia, Rex, the Defence Forces, Sydney Airport, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Virgin Australia, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Qatar Airways and Emirates, to name a few.

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“Being a pilot, there is so much more that I can offer than flying a plane. There are opportunities within my company to be a ground school or human factors instructor, or work on other meaningful projects. The master’s degree really opens these doors for me to work in other areas of the industry or in other industries such as transport, especially in a scenario where if I couldn’t fly. My master’s degree has made me a more competitive candidate, knowing that I can also work in the administration side of aviation. It has also given me opportunities to be involved in pilot recruitment.”

Rosina Helbig

First Officer, Jetstar

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“The range of subjects available in the master’s program gave me the opportunity to specialise in certain topics, while gaining more general knowledge in other aviation disciplines. Aviation is such a varied field; the master’s was able to give me a good grounding in so many areas of the industry. My degree with UNSW Aviation has been invaluable to my career, in providing me with both credibility and knowledge. “

Graham Stevenson

Head of Midfield Terminal Program, Etihad Airways

1. Submit an online application . Applications close on: 15th January for Term 1, 15th April for Term 2 and 31st July for Term 3.

2. Please indicate on application if you are seeking credit/advanced standing based on previous degree and/or work experience.

3. Applicants are to submit the following supporting documents online for assessment of entry:

  • Evidence of relevant industry experience and years of service e.g. letters from workplace supervisors or HR department, licences and logbooks
  • Evidence of completion of UG degree e.g. original/certified testamur
  • Original/certified academic transcript
  • Any other supporting documentation requested by UNSW Admissions Office

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Indicative fees are a guide for comparison only based on current conditions and available data. You should not rely on indicative fees. More information on fees can be found at the  UNSW fees website .

Indicative fees to complete the program have been calculated based on a percentage increase for every year of the program. Fee increases are assessed annually and may exceed the indicative figures listed here.

Indicative fees to complete the program include tuition plus an estimate of study-related costs of approximately $1,000 per year. To find out more about other costs, visit  UNSW International .

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The aim of this dissertation is to analyze the impact of low-cost carriers on the airline industry and identify the challenges faced by legacy carriers in adapting to this disruptive trend.

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  • To identify the characteristics of low-cost carriers and their business models.
  • To analyze the impact of low-cost carriers on the airline industry in terms of market share, profitability, and competition.
  • To examine the challenges faced by legacy carriers in adapting to the low-cost carrier trend, including pricing strategies, cost structure, and network management.
  • To evaluate the effectiveness of the strategies employed by legacy carriers to compete with low-cost carriers.
  • To provide recommendations for legacy carriers on how to effectively adapt to the low-cost carrier trend and maintain competitiveness in the airline industry.

The aim of this study is to examine the effects of airline alliances on airline competition and passenger experience.

  • To explore the concept of airline alliances and their development in the aviation industry.
  • To examine the impact of airline alliances on airline competition, including pricing strategies, route networks, and market share.
  • To investigate the effect of airline alliances on passenger experience, including loyalty programs, codesharing, and interline agreements.
  • To identify the challenges and opportunities presented by airline alliances for airlines, passengers, and regulators.
  • To provide recommendations for enhancing the benefits of airline alliances while minimizing their negative impact on airline competition and passenger experience.

The aim of this dissertation is to investigate the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in aviation safety management systems (SMS). This research will explore the potential benefits and challenges of integrating AI and ML technologies into aviation SMS and will provide insights into how such technologies can improve the safety and efficiency of air transportation.

  • To review the existing literature on AI and ML applications in aviation safety management systems and identify the current state of research in this field.
  • To evaluate the potential benefits and challenges of integrating AI and ML technologies into aviation SMS, including improved safety performance, enhanced risk management, and increased operational efficiency.
  • To identify the key technical and operational requirements for implementing AI and ML technologies in aviation SMS, including data collection, analysis, and integration with existing systems.
  • To investigate the ethical and legal implications of using AI and ML in aviation safety management systems, including issues related to privacy, data protection, and liability.
  • To develop a conceptual framework for integrating AI and ML technologies into aviation SMS and propose recommendations for the adoption and implementation of such technologies in the aviation industry.

The aim of this dissertation is to analyze the impact of air traffic management (ATM) on airline operations across different countries and regions. The study will identify the factors that affect the efficiency and reliability of ATM and evaluate their impact on airline operations.

  • To review the literature on air traffic management and its impact on airline operations.
  • To identify the factors that affect the efficiency and reliability of air traffic management, such as infrastructure, technology, regulations, and human factors.
  • To analyze the performance of air traffic management systems in different countries and regions, including their strengths and weaknesses.
  • To evaluate the impact of air traffic management on airline operations, such as flight delays, cancellations, and safety.
  • To assess the role of technology and innovation in improving air traffic management and airline operations.
  • To provide recommendations for improving air traffic management and its impact on airline operations.

The aim of this dissertation is to investigate the role of airport privatization in enhancing airport performance and service quality.

  • To review the literature on airport privatization and its impact on airport performance and service quality.
  • To identify the key drivers and challenges of airport privatization and their influence on airport performance and service quality.
  • To analyze the experiences of different countries with airport privatization and their outcomes in terms of airport performance and service quality.
  • To evaluate the impact of airport privatization on different stakeholders, including passengers, airlines, and the local community.
  • To propose recommendations for successful airport privatization and its impact on airport performance and service quality.
  • To contribute to the existing body of knowledge on airport privatization and its impact on airport performance and service quality.

The aim of this study is to investigate the factors affecting airline passenger choice and loyalty in the era of increasing competition.

  • To identify the factors that influence passenger choice of airlines, including pricing, convenience, brand reputation, and service quality.
  • To examine the impact of airline loyalty programs on passenger choice and loyalty.
  • To analyze the role of digital technologies in enhancing passenger experience and loyalty, including mobile apps, social media, and personalized marketing.
  • To assess the impact of airline reputation and image on passenger choice and loyalty.
  • To investigate the effect of airline alliances and codeshare agreements on passenger choice and loyalty.
  • To explore the impact of airline safety and security measures on passenger choice and loyalty.
  • To identify the factors that contribute to passenger dissatisfaction and disloyalty, including flight delays, cancellations, and lost baggage.
  • To investigate the role of customer service in building passenger loyalty and trust in airlines.
  • To evaluate the effectiveness of different marketing strategies and tactics in promoting airline services and building passenger loyalty.
  • To provide recommendations for airlines to enhance passenger choice and loyalty, and to differentiate themselves from competitors in a highly competitive industry.

The aim of this study is to analyze the effects of airline fuel hedging strategies on airline profitability and risk management.

  • To review the literature on fuel hedging strategies adopted by airlines and their impact on airline profitability.
  • To examine the relationship between fuel price volatility and the adoption of fuel hedging strategies by airlines.
  • To analyze the performance of airlines that have adopted fuel hedging strategies in comparison to those that have not.
  • To investigate the impact of different types of fuel hedging instruments, such as swaps, options, and futures, on airline profitability and risk management.
  • To assess the effectiveness of airline fuel hedging strategies in mitigating the risks associated with fuel price fluctuations.
  • To identify the factors that influence the success of airline fuel hedging strategies.
  • To examine the impact of external factors such as geopolitical events and economic conditions on the effectiveness of fuel hedging strategies.
  • To provide recommendations for airlines in developing effective fuel hedging strategies to enhance their profitability and manage risks.

The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of airport capacity constraints on airport operations and air traffic flow management.

  • To review the literature on airport capacity constraints and their impact on airport operations and air traffic flow management.
  • To identify the factors that contribute to airport capacity constraints, including infrastructure limitations, environmental restrictions, and airspace capacity.
  • To analyze the impact of airport capacity constraints on airline schedules, passenger flow, and airport revenue.
  • To assess the effectiveness of current airport capacity management strategies, including demand management, slot allocation, and congestion pricing.
  • To propose recommendations for improving airport capacity management in the face of growing demand for air travel and changing market conditions.
  • To highlight the potential benefits of advanced technologies and innovative solutions, such as artificial intelligence and blockchain, in enhancing airport capacity management and air traffic flow control.

The aim of this dissertation is to explore the role of aviation in promoting economic development and tourism in emerging markets.

  • To investigate the relationship between aviation and economic development in emerging markets.
  • To analyze the impact of aviation on the growth of tourism industry in emerging markets.
  • To identify the challenges and opportunities in aviation development and tourism promotion in emerging markets.
  • To examine the strategies and policies adopted by emerging market governments to leverage aviation for economic development and tourism promotion.
  • To provide recommendations for enhancing the role of aviation in promoting economic development and tourism in emerging markets.

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  • The airport of the future.
  • Business Case: Salvador Bahia Airport, Brazil.
  • Business Case: Aeropuerto Internacional El Dorado, Colombia.

UNIT 2: Airline Management

  • Introduction to the Airline business.
  • Airlines Structure.
  • Airline economic review.
  • Route development.
  • Airline Fleet.
  • Ancillary revenue management.
  • Aircraft maintenance.
  • Airline Operations Concepts.
  • Aircraft operation.
  • Safety and Security management at airlines.
  • The challenge of a hangar.
  • Ground handling.
  • Business and Corporate Aviation.
  • Environmental Management System in Air Europa.
  • Introduction to Sustainable Aviation.

UNIT 3: International Air Law

  • Introduction, concept and sources of Air Law.
  • Liability in Air Transport.
  • Financing and sale and purchase of aircrafts.
  • Air Operator Licences.
  • Merger and acquisition of airlines.
  • Aeronautical Labour Law.
  • Legal status of aircraft.
  • Aviation insurance.
  • Town planning, environment and airport.

UNIT 4: Air Navigation Management

  • Basic concepts in Air Navigation Systems.
  • Instruments and aircraft fundamentals.
  • Navaids and equipment.
  • ATS (Air Traffic Services).
  • Meteorology applied to Aviation.
  • Aeronautical Communications.
  • Air Traffic Control (ATC) Service.
  • Aeronautical Information Service (AIS).
  • Human Resources Management in Air Navigation.
  • Introduction to the sustainable management of Air Navigation.
  • Introduction to airspace sustainability and new air navigation concepts.

UNIT 5: Aeronautical Industry Management

  • Introduction to the Aeronautical Industry.
  • Design and Development of an Aeronautical Programme.
  • Supply Chain in the Aeronautical Production.
  • Industrialization and Manufacturing support.
  • Digitalization and new technologies deployment in the industry.
  • Lean manufacturing.
  • Innovations and Technologies.
  • Introduction to Sustainability in the Aeronautical Sector.

UNIT 6: Master Thesis

Individually, students must draft a Master Thesis consisting in the study of a subject related to the air transport.

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Our PhD in Aviation Technology and Management program prepares graduates to serve important education, research and policy-making roles in the aviation industry.

This on-campus doctoral program requires at least 90 credit hours of coursework and research at the graduate level. Students who enter the program with a master’s degree may apply up to a maximum of 30 course credit hours toward the minimum of 90 credit hours required for the PhD degree, subject to faculty advisor approval.

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An Archival Analysis of Stall Warning System Effectiveness During Airborne Icing Encounters , John Michael Maris

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The Effects of IS-BAO Implementation and Leadership Performance on Safety Culture in Business Aviation Flight Operations , Christopher Mark Broyhill

Predicting the Market Share of a New Airport in Multi-Airport Cities: the Case of Lagos , Samson Oladele Fatokun

The Effect of Generation on Retention of Women Engineers in Aerospace and Industry , Kristine Maria Kiernan

The Effects of Safety Culture and Ethical Leadership on Safety Performance , Kevin O’Leary

Psychological Health Outcomes Within USAF Remotely Piloted Aircraft Support Career Fields , Kris Anthony Ostrowski

Behavioral Traps in Flight Crew-Related 14 CFR Part 121 Airline Accidents , Jonathan Velázquez

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Determination of Factors That Influence Passengers’ Airline Selection: A Study of Low Cost Carriers in Thailand , Thapanat Buaphiban

Economic Interrelationships and Impacts of the Aviation/Aerospace Industry in the State of Florida using Input-Output Analysis , Kelly Whealan George

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National Culture: Understanding the Impact of Cross-culture on Airline Pilots' Safety Performance in the Middle-East and North Africa (MENA) Region , Shareef Abdulla Kaddas Al-Romaithi

An Analysis of Airport Surface Deviations using the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) , James H. Cistone

Effect of Air Carrier Restructuring Strategies on Post-bankruptcy Performance , Harold Dale Townsend

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The Effects of Aircraft Certification Rules on General Aviation Accidents , Carolina Lenz Anderson

The Effects of Ethical Leadership and Organizational Safety Culture on Safety Outcomes , David Ronald Freiwald

Identification of Causal Paths and Prediction of Runway Incursion Risk using Bayesian Belief Networks , Benjamin Jeffry Goodheart

Validation of New Technology using Legacy Metrics: Examination of Surf-IA Alerting for Runway Incursion Incidents , Robert Edward Joslin

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