Future of Aviation will take a look at the trends and foreseen and potential developments in the aviation industry looking at the environment from the strategic, operational, economic, legal and the digital point of view.
This will replace the "Aviation Business Environment 2" implementation. The learnings from the "Aviation Business Environment 1" form the basis of the former knowledge needed during this course.
The implementation will concentrate on:
The market estimates, megatrends and analysis for the future
Sustainable aviation ecosystem
Digitalization and data
Cybersecurity in aviation
Drones and the other air transportation modes
Customer behavior and experience in the future of aviation.
This will be an asynchronous implementation. The class material and the assignments are in Moodle. The completed assignments can be returned to Moodle during the time span of the course whenever it suits best for the student. More complete instructions to the course are in the course main page in Moodle when the course opens.
The material can be found in the Moodle. The material consists of several kinds of materials like lectures, articles, webinars, etc.
The the exams and the other assignments are scheduled so that they have to be completed when the implementation is open. More specific information can be found in the Moodle.
22.05.2023 - 18.08.2023
Ther are two assignments: 1. Exam. The exam takes place in Moodle and the questions are about the topics of the sessions at the implementation. 2. Essay. The essay is about writing a vision or understanding about the future of aviation. The student has to show knowledge and understanding about the topics of the sessions.
02.01.2023 - 19.05.2023
The asynchronous implementation is open 22.5.2023 at 00.00 - 18.8.2023 at 23.59.
15 - 150
The total assessment consists of the completed assignments. Both assignments form half of the total grade:
1. Exam 50%
2. Essay 50%
The student has to get 50% of the total points to pass the implementation.
ABBA Degree Programme in Aviation Business