MGM 6200 - Airline Management

Quick Facts

$399 for each course

Course Dates & Locations

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
3 CEUs (30 hours) 

  • All course material and exams are self-contained within each course. Exams are completed at your own pace in the online course and do not have to be scheduled separately.
  • To successfully pass the course, the student must achieve a grade of 70% or higher.
  • There is no instructor assigned to this course – most submitted assignments are reflective and do not result in instructor feedback. Grades are largely comprised of quiz or exam score.
  • Courses may be used towards completion of the Aviation Management Certificate, however, the cost of the certificate is $1,800 regardless of courses completed individually.

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At the completion of this course, a student should have a broad understanding of the air transportation industry and its importance in the twenty-first century; understand how management principles and techniques are applied in today's competitive airline industry; and further, how a deregulated environment has changed the administrative and operational implementation of marketing, planning, pricing, and decision-making; how the diverse elements of fiscal, human, and aircraft resources are allocated for maximum effectiveness in benefiting the customer, the airline, and airline shareholders.

Module 1: The Airline Industry

  • Brief History and Evolution
  • Trends and Forecasts
  • Quiz 

Module 2: Airline Leadership and Innovation

  • Airline Leadership
  • Airline Innovation
  • Quiz 

Module 3: Airline Business Strategies

  •  Airline Functional and Organizational Structures
  • Airline Business Strategies
  • Quiz 

Module 4: Airline Financial Strategies

  •  Airline Revenue Management
  • Airline Financial Strategies
  • Quiz

Module 5: Airline Fleet Planning and Technological Advances

  • Airline Fleet Planning
  • Airline Technological Advances
  • Final Exam

Who should attend

This course is recommended for:

  • Junior level managers in all fields of aviation 
  • Managers entering the aviation industry 
  • Aviation professionals seeking a managerial/supervisory role 

Contact Us

Office of Professional Education, Worldwide Campus
1 Aerospace Boulevard
Daytona Beach, Florida 32114-3900