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The Airport Management course provides a comprehensive understanding of effectively managing airports. Students will explore airport structure, privatization, and the airport-airline relationship. Topics such as security, ground handling, and passenger experience are also covered. Through lectures and exercises, students develop critical skills for successful airport management.

Course Price:
Original price was: £194.00.Current price is: £19.99.
Course Duration:
8 hours, 55 minutes
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The Airport Management course offers a comprehensive overview of the various aspects involved in effectively managing an airport. Students will explore topics such as the structure and privatization of airports, the roles and responsibilities of airport operators and investors, and the crucial airport-airline relationship. The course delves into the intricacies of slot allocation, ground handling operations, and the overall management of airport operations.

Security is a paramount concern in the aviation industry, and the course covers important topics such as airport security measures and biometric identification systems. Students will gain insights into the role of airport operators in ensuring the safety and security of passengers and airport facilities. Measuring service quality and enhancing the passenger experience are vital components of successful airport management. The course examines methods for measuring service quality and explores strategies to improve the overall passenger experience.

Throughout the course, students will engage in theoretical lectures, case studies, and practical exercises to reinforce their understanding of airport management concepts and develop critical skills. By the end of the course, students will be equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate the complex field of airport management, ensuring efficient operations, exceptional service, and enhanced passenger satisfaction.

What Will You Learn?

  • The structure and organization of airports, including the roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders involved in airport management.
  • The concept of privatization and its impact on airport operations and management.
  • The relationship between airports and airlines, including the factors that influence their collaboration and cooperation.
  • The allocation of slots, which are essential for managing the arrival and departure of aircraft at airports.
  • Ground handling operations, including the services provided to airlines and passengers on the ground.
  • The overall management of airport operations, including the coordination of various activities and resources to ensure smooth functioning.
  • The importance of security in airports and the measures implemented to ensure the safety of passengers and facilities.
  • The use of biometric identification systems for enhanced security and passenger facilitation.
  • Strategies for measuring and improving service quality to enhance the overall passenger experience.
  • The role of airport operators in ensuring efficient and customer-focused operations.

Who Should Take The Course

  • Aspiring airport managers who want to gain a comprehensive understanding of the various aspects of airport operations and management.
  • Aviation professionals looking to advance their career by specializing in airport management and enhancing their knowledge and skills in this field.
  • Airport staff members who want to broaden their understanding of airport operations and management to better contribute to their current roles.
  • Students or graduates of aviation-related programs who wish to specialize in airport management and gain a competitive edge in the job market.
  • Professionals from other industries who are considering a career transition into the aviation sector and have an interest in airport management.


To enroll in the Airport Management course, there are no specific prerequisites or academic qualifications required. However, a basic understanding of the aviation industry and familiarity with airport operations would be beneficial. Additionally, having strong communication skills and proficiency in English is important since the course materials and lectures will be delivered in English.

Course Curriculum

    • Introduction 00:35:00
    • The structure of the airport 00:45:00
    • Privatisation 00:35:00
    • Airport operators and investors 00:40:00
    • The airport–airline relationship 00:40:00
    • Slot allocation 00:35:00
    • Ground handling 00:45:00
    • Airport operations 00:40:00
    • Security 00:35:00
    • Biometric identification 00:40:00
    • Airport operators 00:40:00
    • Measuring service quality 00:45:00
    • The passenger experience 00:55:00
    • Order Certificate 00:05:00

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    Hipólito MatiasJanuary 26, 2023 at 8:11 pm
    Course contents

    It was a lot of reading, as the course was delivered online, videos for each content was missing to make up the practical syllabus

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