Aviation Case Studies & Simulation (ITLS6402)


Aviation is an international growth industry offering extensive commercial and employment opportunities in airlines, airports, banks, consultancies and other players along the aviation supply chain. This unit builds on the knowledge gained in previous aviation units relating the key themes to real world industry examples. Students are required to test their understanding in case studies, both on an individual level but also in team work environments (particularly when designing their own case).

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1 x 3.5 hour lecture, 5 x 3.5 hour seminars, 6 x 3.5 hour workshops. Refer to timetable for full details.


Individual assignment (30%), group case study presentation (40%), individual quizzes (30%)


Doganis R (2010) Flying Off Course; Wensveen JG (2011) Air transportation - A management perspective; Morrell PS (2011) Moving boxes by air; Morrell PS (2007) Airline finance

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ITLS6400 or TPTM6160

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