The legal and transport policy framework: air traffic and air transport law (in particular, Chicago, Warsaw and Montreal Conventions), aviation organisations (ICAO and IATA in particular), air surveillance, regulatory authorities, air safety, the liberalization policy. Air transportation from the perspective of the airlines: the differences between passenger and cargo traffic (supply, demand and further development), the structure and organization of air transport services, cost structures in air transport, aviation financing Air traffic from the perspective of airports: the infrastructure, the organization, air and land based facilities, planning, construction and operations, airport management (aviation and non-aviation), inland transportation, noise generated by aircraft (the basics, noise protection zones) Air traffic from the perspective of air freight forwarders: activities, air freight, the structure of air freight, consolidation and air waybills, freight calculations with TACT
Logistics & Transport Management (Bachelor)
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After the completion of the course the students will be able to describe the specific aspects of the air mode of transport and classify it, including the upstream and downstream processes, in the overall context of the transport industry.