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Unit of Study MGMT2002 Issues in Aviation (2024)

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On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

explain the differences between air and aviation law incorporating the importance of national sovereignty over airspace and to a number of international aviation conventions

evaluate various airline models and explain who makes up airline markets, and airline staff

critically examine the environmental impacts of air transport operations at global and local levels

explain what is meant by safety and also security in order to critically examine the differences between accidents, incidents and antecedents

discuss and evaluate the current and future roles of ICT and social media in the running of airlines, including a critical examination of other factors behind globalisation in international aviation

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