Master of business administration in aviation management

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  • 1. Master of Business Administration in Aviation Management MBA in Aviation Management covers full knowledge of the air transport industry, the challenges and issues it faces and the airport management systems. This course has time duration of two years. These two years consist of four semesters of six months each. In the last semester as part of the project work, each student has to work in an organization for four to six weeks. The primary areas of focus in aviation management are Fixed Base Operation Management, General Airport Management and Financial Management. Of these, Fixed Base Operation Management (FBO) is the core subject. It deals with the procedures and steps involved in smooth functioning of a maintenance facility at a commercial airport. The course provides diverse knowledge in the field of financial accounting and operation management. MBA in Aviation management provides ample job opportunities as the aviation industry is rapidly growing in India as well as in abroad. This has increased the demand for qualified officers and managers that are specialized in this profession. Candidates who have completed MBA in Aviation management can seek employment as Manager - Operations, Manager - Customer Relations Service, Manager - Air traffic Control, Marketing manager etc. Master of Business Administration in Hotel Management Hotel management has become a booming industry in India. MBA in Hotel Management is a two year programme. The course curriculum includes topics such as General English, Marketing, Financial Accounting, and Human Resource Management, Hotel Management, Food and Beverage management and its operation. After completing MBA in hotel management, candidates can join as supervisor, lodging manager, restaurant manager and food service manager in the hotel industry, transportation companies, airlines and more. Which Course is better? Both of these courses have their own merits. Those who have a keen interest in the airline industry can choose MBA aviation. The job opportunity is limited to the airline industry only. MBA in Hotel management on the other hand has a wide application in the hotel industry as well as in the airline industry. Aviation sector provides good career growth for individuals doing an MBA in Aviation. Anyway both these courses offer challenging jobs and a good career path with handsome pay scale. Read more here: http://entrance-exam.net/mba-in-aviation-vs-mba-in-hotel-management-which- has-better-scope/#ixzz2tCc0PLRp Aviation Academy, Indore • A.H.A. Air Hostess Academy Private Limited, Hyderabad • Academy of Aerospace and Aviation, Indore • Acumen School of Pilot Training, New Delhi • Air Hostess Academy (A.H.A.), New Delhi
  • 2. • Airsonic Training Academy , Panaji • Astro Professional Academy Pvt. Ltd., Udaipur • Aviationbaba Aero Services Private Limited, New Delhi • Bird Academy (Bird Education Society for Travel and Tourism), New Delhi • Blue Diamond Aviation, Pune • Bombay Flying Club, Mumbai • Chimes Aviation Academy (C.A.A.) , Sagar • Delhi Flying Club : School of Aviation Science and Technology, New Delhi • Flytech Aviation Academy, Secunderabad • Frankfinn Institute of Air Hostess Training (F.I.A.T.), Andheri (W) • Frankfinn Institute of Air Hostess Training (F.I.A.T.), Chennai • Global Institute of Flight Kare and Management, New Delhi • Government Aviation Training Institute (G.A.T.I.), Gurgaon • Gujarat Flying Club, Vadodara • Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation, Karnal • Indian Aviation Academy (I.A.A.), Andheri (W) • Indian Institute of Hospitality Management, Thane • Indira Gandhi Institute of Aeronautics, Chandigarh • Indraprasth Institute of Aeronautics, Gurgaon • Inflight Airways Training Pvt. Ltd., Varanasi • International School of Aviation (I.S.A.), New Delhi • K.C.P.I. (Kulpvriksh Career Planners Institute), New Delhi • Kairali Aviation (P) Ltd., Bangalore • Kompass Aviation, Mumbai • M.P.T.I. (India), Kolkata • Madhya Pradesh Flying Club, Indore • Newtech International Academy, Chennai • Orient Flight School, Chennai • Rajiv Gandhi Academy for Aviation Technology, Thiruvananthapuram • Rajiv Gandhi Aviation Academy (R.G.A.A.), Hyderabad • Sinhgad Technical Education Society’s Sinhgad Institute of Aviation and Hospitality Management, Pune • Sristys Aviation, Hyderabad • Stealth Aviation consultancy Pvt Ltd , Chennai • T.M.T. Aviation School, Indore • Tata Nagar Aviation Private Limited, Jamshedpur • Trade-Wings Institute of Management (T.I.M.), Mumbai • Trade-Wings Institute of Management Ltd, Kolkata • TransAsia Aviation, New Delhi • Vasundhara Aviation Academy, Bhopal • Vertex Aviation and Hospitality Academy, Haldwani • Vertex Aviation and Hospitality Academy, New Delhi • Virgin Paradise Airlines Training Private Limited, Bhilai Read more here: http://entrance-exam.net/list-of-aviation-and-pilot-training- institutes/#ixzz2tCcAYJcx
  • 3.  Scope of MBA in Aviation? Expected salary after MBA in Aviation? Hello Friend, MBA in aviation will give a lot of jobs in Aviation and Aerospace Industry. You Can Get Job As: >>Airport Manager. >>Flight Dispatcher >>Air Traffic Controller. >>Air Line Ground Craft. >>Cabin Crew. >>Air Lines Operations management. >>Aviation Law and Insurance. >>Human Resource Management. >>Business Communication etc. *You can find jobs in various companies like Indian Airlines, King fisher Airlines,Air India,Spice jet etc. *After completing MBA you can get good salary up to 30,000 per month. All The Best... Reply With Quote  31-07-2012 11:12 PM #3 New Member Senior Member Join Date Sep 2011 Location Himachal Pradesh Nalagarh Posts 1,645
  • 4. Re: Scope of MBA in Aviation? Expected salary after MBA in Aviation? Scope of MBA in Aviation? Expected salary after MBA in Aviation? MBA- master in business administration it is a good course and it has good scopes also. it is a master degree course so for this the candidate should have Graduation from a recognized university. and the candidate should have minimum 50% marks in graduation and for The SC/ST candidates they need minimum 45% marks in graduation. And there is no need for the particular stream in graduation. And the candidate should be between 21 to 30 years. If you are eligible then you can apply for the MBA. And it is a good course. Most of the students prefer this course for Their carrier and now day there is lot of demands. And after that you can apply for the job in many companies Related to your field. And after getting work experience you will get good salary package also. And as you want to do MBA in Aviation then it is good choice but it has very less scopes in India. There are lots of scopes In abroad for this course and after MBA you can also apply for the job in abroad there you will get large salary package. And if you want to do MBA in aviation then you have to do MBA from a reputed college after that you may get good job Through the campus placement and there you will also get good job. So for this you have to apply for the entrance exam for The MBA and you have to take good marks in entrance otherwise you will not get good college for the MBA. So her I am giving you some good entrance exams for the MBA. CAT MAT JMET JEMAT NMAT KMAT SET IGNOU SNAP
  • 5. SMU AMU ATMA IBSAT TANCET XAT And you can give any of them and you have to take good marks in it. And for this you have to read newspaper daily for the current knowledge and you should also improve your knowledge About the marketing and management. And you should also do practice for the aptitude and reasoning ability. And you should also improve your general English. So you have to do hard work if you want to take good marks in entrance and after that you can apply for the MBA in good and Reputed college. Reply With Quote  01-08-2012 12:31 AM #4 manas Junior Member Join Date Jul 2012 Posts 301 Re: Scope of MBA in Aviation? Expected salary after MBA in Aviation? Hello , Friend . There is huge scope of M.B.A in Aviation so i would recommend you to go for it . M.B.A in Aviation has huge scope and you can earn in huge amounts of money in salary. Aviation courses  Airport Management—In this course all the managerial aspects of the Airport are taken care off. In this course there is due stress is given on the proper management of the different bodies and departments of the Airports.
  • 6.  Aircraft Maintenance Engineering –In this course the practical knowledge is given to the candidates pursuing the course.  Cabin Crew/ Airhostess—In this course proper training to use various equipments of the airlines is given. Also, the candidates are given proper training to deal with the different passengers.  Ground Staff—Ground staff means those workers or employees who works as the field job.  MBA Degree - Aviation  BBA Degree - Aviation  Pilot training Here are some career programs of M.B.A in Aviation: Career programs  Airport Management & Customer Care – In this due care of the customers or passengers who came to the airlines to avail there services are given care. Also airport management which includes the following: 1. Training staff. 2. Training pilot and air hostess-to deal with different types of customers. 3. To keep the premises of Airport clean. 4. To render good services to customers so that they come again to their airlines.  Hospitality management- Due focus is given on the hospitality of the passengers these days.  Travel & Tourism –It is another very good career programme which includes making new tours and shifts for the customers. Some of the leading employers of the M.B.A candidates in the Aviation industry:
  • 7. 1. Air India. 2. Jet Airways. 3. Indian Airlines. 4. Kingfisher Airlines. 5. American Airlines. 6. British Airways. 7. Emirates Airlines. In the end I want to say that the future scope of M.B.A in Aviation is bright Best of luck. Thank you. MANAS. Reply With Quote  31-08-2012 10:23 PM #5 Looser Senior Member Join Date Mar 2012 Posts 878 Re: Scope of MBA in Aviation? Expected salary after MBA in Aviation? MBA- master in business administration it is smart course and it's good scopes conjointly. it's a master degree course thus for this the candidate ought to have graduation from a recognized university. and therefore the candidate ought to have minimum five hundredth marks in graduation and for the SC/ST candidates they have minimum forty fifth marks in graduation. and there's no would like for the actual stream in graduation. and the candidate ought to be between twenty one to thirty years. if you're eligible then you'll be able to apply for the master's degree. and it's a decent course. most of the scholars like this course for their carrier and currently a days there's ton of demands. and subsequently you'll be able to apply for the duty in several companies related to your field. and once obtaining work expertise you may get smart pay package conjointly. and as you wish to try and do master's degree in Aviation then it's sensible choice however it's terribly less scopes in Bharat. there square measure various scopes in abroad for this course and once master's degree you'll be able to conjointly apply for the duty
  • 8. in abroad there you may get massive pay package. and if you wish to try and do master's degree in aviation then you've got to try and do master's degree from a acknowledged faculty subsequently you will get smart job through the field placement and there you may conjointly get smart job. thus for this you've got to use for the doorway test for the master's degree and you've got to require smart marks in entrance otherwise you may not get smart faculty for the master's degree. so her i'm supplying you with thusme smart entrance exams for the master's degree. CAT MAT JMET JEMAT NMAT KMAT SET IGNOU SNAP SMU AMU ATMA IBSAT TANCET XAT and you'll be able to offer any of them and you've got to require smart marks in it. and for this you've got to browse newspaper daily for the present knowldge and you must conjointly improve your data about the selling and managment. and you must conjointly do observe for the power and reasoning ability. and you must conjointly improve your general English. so you've got to try and do exertions if you wish to require smart marks in entrance and subsequently you'll be able to apply for the master's degree in smart and reputed faculty. Read more: http://mbadiscussions.com/scope-mba-aviation-expected-salary-after-mba-aviation- 83765.html#ixzz2tCcZWsr8  Scope of MBA in Aviation? Expected salary after MBA in Aviation? Hello Friend,
  • 9. MBA in aviation will give a lot of jobs in Aviation and Aerospace Industry. You Can Get Job As: >>Airport Manager. >>Flight Dispatcher >>Air Traffic Controller. >>Air Line Ground Craft. >>Cabin Crew. >>Air Lines Operations management. >>Aviation Law and Insurance. >>Human Resource Management. >>Business Communication etc. *You can find jobs in various companies like Indian Airlines, King fisher Airlines,Air India,Spice jet etc. *After completing MBA you can get good salary up to 30,000 per month. All The Best... Reply With Quote  31-07-2012 11:12 PM #3 New Member Senior Member Join Date Sep 2011 Location Himachal Pradesh Nalagarh Posts 1,645 Re: Scope of MBA in Aviation? Expected salary after MBA in Aviation?
  • 10. Scope of MBA in Aviation? Expected salary after MBA in Aviation? MBA- master in business administration it is a good course and it has good scopes also. it is a master degree course so for this the candidate should have Graduation from a recognized university. and the candidate should have minimum 50% marks in graduation and for The SC/ST candidates they need minimum 45% marks in graduation. And there is no need for the particular stream in graduation. And the candidate should be between 21 to 30 years. If you are eligible then you can apply for the MBA. And it is a good course. Most of the students prefer this course for Their carrier and now day there is lot of demands. And after that you can apply for the job in many companies Related to your field. And after getting work experience you will get good salary package also. And as you want to do MBA in Aviation then it is good choice but it has very less scopes in India. There are lots of scopes In abroad for this course and after MBA you can also apply for the job in abroad there you will get large salary package. And if you want to do MBA in aviation then you have to do MBA from a reputed college after that you may get good job Through the campus placement and there you will also get good job. So for this you have to apply for the entrance exam for The MBA and you have to take good marks in entrance otherwise you will not get good college for the MBA. So her I am giving you some good entrance exams for the MBA. CAT MAT JMET JEMAT NMAT KMAT SET IGNOU SNAP SMU AMU ATMA IBSAT
  • 11. TANCET XAT And you can give any of them and you have to take good marks in it. And for this you have to read newspaper daily for the current knowledge and you should also improve your knowledge About the marketing and management. And you should also do practice for the aptitude and reasoning ability. And you should also improve your general English. So you have to do hard work if you want to take good marks in entrance and after that you can apply for the MBA in good and Reputed college. Reply With Quote  01-08-2012 12:31 AM #4 manas Junior Member Join Date Jul 2012 Posts 301 Re: Scope of MBA in Aviation? Expected salary after MBA in Aviation? Hello , Friend . There is huge scope of M.B.A in Aviation so i would recommend you to go for it . M.B.A in Aviation has huge scope and you can earn in huge amounts of money in salary. Aviation courses  Airport Management—In this course all the managerial aspects of the Airport are taken care off. In this course there is due stress is given on the proper management of the different bodies and departments of the Airports.  Aircraft Maintenance Engineering –In this course the practical knowledge is given to the candidates pursuing the course.
  • 12.  Cabin Crew/ Airhostess—In this course proper training to use various equipments of the airlines is given. Also, the candidates are given proper training to deal with the different passengers.  Ground Staff—Ground staff means those workers or employees who works as the field job.  MBA Degree - Aviation  BBA Degree - Aviation  Pilot training Here are some career programs of M.B.A in Aviation: Career programs  Airport Management & Customer Care – In this due care of the customers or passengers who came to the airlines to avail there services are given care. Also airport management which includes the following: 1. Training staff. 2. Training pilot and air hostess-to deal with different types of customers. 3. To keep the premises of Airport clean. 4. To render good services to customers so that they come again to their airlines.  Hospitality management- Due focus is given on the hospitality of the passengers these days.  Travel & Tourism –It is another very good career programme which includes making new tours and shifts for the customers. Some of the leading employers of the M.B.A candidates in the Aviation industry: 1. Air India. 2. Jet Airways. 3. Indian Airlines. 4. Kingfisher Airlines.
  • 13. 5. American Airlines. 6. British Airways. 7. Emirates Airlines. In the end I want to say that the future scope of M.B.A in Aviation is bright Best of luck. Thank you. MANAS. Reply With Quote  31-08-2012 10:23 PM #5 Looser Senior Member Join Date Mar 2012 Posts 878 Re: Scope of MBA in Aviation? Expected salary after MBA in Aviation? MBA- master in business administration it is smart course and it's good scopes conjointly. it's a master degree course thus for this the candidate ought to have graduation from a recognized university. and therefore the candidate ought to have minimum five hundredth marks in graduation and for the SC/ST candidates they have minimum forty fifth marks in graduation. and there's no would like for the actual stream in graduation. and the candidate ought to be between twenty one to thirty years. if you're eligible then you'll be able to apply for the master's degree. and it's a decent course. most of the scholars like this course for their carrier and currently a days there's ton of demands. and subsequently you'll be able to apply for the duty in several companies related to your field. and once obtaining work expertise you may get smart pay package conjointly. and as you wish to try and do master's degree in Aviation then it's sensible choice however it's terribly less scopes in Bharat. there square measure various scopes in abroad for this course and once master's degree you'll be able to conjointly apply for the duty in abroad there you may get massive pay package. and if you wish to try and do master's degree in aviation then you've got to try and do master's degree from a acknowledged faculty subsequently you will get smart job through the field placement and there you may conjointly get smart job. thus for this you've got
  • 14. to use for the doorway test for the master's degree and you've got to require smart marks in entrance otherwise you may not get smart faculty for the master's degree. so her i'm supplying you with thusme smart entrance exams for the master's degree. CAT MAT JMET JEMAT NMAT KMAT SET IGNOU SNAP SMU AMU ATMA IBSAT TANCET XAT and you'll be able to offer any of them and you've got to require smart marks in it. and for this you've got to browse newspaper daily for the present knowldge and you must conjointly improve your data about the selling and managment. and you must conjointly do observe for the power and reasoning ability. and you must conjointly improve your general English. so you've got to try and do exertions if you wish to require smart marks in entrance and subsequently you'll be able to apply for the master's degree in smart and reputed faculty. Read more: http://mbadiscussions.com/scope-mba-aviation-expected-salary-after-mba-aviation- 83765.html#ixzz2tCcZWsr8 Base Salary Bonuses Benefits Purchase Full Report Methodology New Search Help Aviation Manager - U.S. National Averages Base pay only 10th%25th%75th%90th% You're not done yet! These numbers are only an average for all Aviation Manager jobs in the United States. Many factors can affect the salary you should expect. Please try our FREE Advanced Salary Calculator to narrow down this range and see exactly where your
  • 15. $112,946$140,311$199,208$225,466 salary should fall. Begin by selecting your location: Zip Code State/Metro The median expected salary for a typical Aviation Manager in the United States is $170,367. This basic market pricing report was prepared using our Certified Compensation Professionals' analysis of survey data collected from thousands of HR departments at employers of all sizes, industries and geographies. Source: HR Reported data as of February 2014 Job Description for Aviation Manager New Search Manages the operations of the aviation department. Ensures compliance with FAA regulations and that all maintenance, safety, and scheduling operations are executed satisfactorily. May require a bachelor's degree in area of specialty and at least 7 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Leads and directs the work of others. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. Typically reports to top management. View full job description Alternate Job Titles: Aviation Manager Categories: Aviation and Airlines , Aerospace and Defense Aviation Industry Earnings (as of 2/13/2014 - 6:58:48 AM EST) General Aviation Industry Earnings by Hourly, Salary, Industry Category and Position Title. Salaried & Hourly Industry Earnings Salaried Aviation Position Pay Hourly Aviation Position Pay Earnings by Industry Category Airport Pay Aerospace Pay A&P Mechanic Pay Avionics Pay
  • 16. Air Cargo Pay Aviation Computer Pay Dispatch Pay Engineering Pay Executive Pay Flight Attendant Pay Ground & Ramp Pay Helicopter Pay Internship Pay Aviation Management Pay Office & Administrative Pay Other & Misc. Pay Pilot Pay Reservations Pay Sales & Marketing Pay Temporary & Seasonal Pay What are Aviation Employers willing to pay? Wages vary from company to company, region to region, and even state to state. Wages can even be different within the same company based on location or even seniority (length of employ/union rules). Alternatively, the amount earned after five (5) years or more is often much different that what you earn in the first year. Use these pages to discover the reality of "First Year Earnings" in the aviation industry. Aviation Jobs Sponsored by Avjobs.com Hiring Avionics Technicians - Tustin CA Part 145 Repair Station, Tustin CA World Leader in Quality MRO Services
  • 17. A & P Mechanic, Saint Cloud MN Now Hiring! Send Resume Today! A&P Certificate Required, IA Preferred Senior Manager, Air Service Development City and County of Denver Now Hiring Denver International Airport (DIA) Aviation Maint Technology Instructor Must Hold Current FAA Certifications Four years of relevant experience Aircraft Maintenance Manager, Aurora OR First-Class Aircraft Maintenance Service Help Take This Shop to the Next Level A&P Mechanic, Fort Lauderdale FL Fixed Wing Air Medical Transport Service We are Growing and Hiring! Parts Sales Rep, San Antonio TX Sikorsky product line Read Parts Books, DMWR's & Blueprints Avionics Technician, Rome NY Hiring B747 ,B757, B767, B777 Mechanics Immediate Need - Apply Now Director Of Maintenance, Camarillo CA Develop, Maintain Maintenance Operations Experience on the Daher-Socata Idg-Csd Mechanic, Livermore CA Aviation Maintenance Mechanic WANTED! No. California part 145 repair station. The aviation industry offers career opportunities to suit many interests and backgrounds. As aviation remains an integral part of our society, there is still a growing need for qualified personnel. Avjobs Aviation Career Salary, Wages & Pay provides this look at salaries, wages and pay in the aviation industry for you as you plan for your future. Thousands of positions like these are available in full detail in our Applicant System. You may also find an Aviation College, University, Flight School, or Professional Training Facility that best fits your preferences and career advancement goals with our Aviation Schools Directory. The airline industry has been going through a rough transition for years now. From buttoned- down security to sky-high gas prices, it's been a bumpy ride. Still, the fact remains that people want to travel and there are plenty of jobs available at airlines, airports, airplane companies and security organizations around the globe. Where might your talents fit into the aviation industry? Many people wish for the glamorous lifestyle and income of a pilot. But, do pilots always wear crisp uniforms and make the big bucks? Not necessarily, according to Al Lee, director of quantitative analysis at online salary database PayScale.com. He says, "There's a huge variation in pay depending on whether you're flying a float plane for a regional commuter company or flying 747s for United. Regional airlines sometimes pay $20 per hour and only when the engine is on." Lee says that with only 1000 hours of engine time a year, that hourly rate can come close to minimum wage.
  • 18. Fortunately, you don't have to wait to fly jumbo jets if want to work in aviation. In fact, if you like doing math, mechanical work or security tasks, here are some in-demand job options, that are also some of the best-paid in the industry, according to PayScale. 1. Director of Aerospace Program Management Median Annual Salary: $151,000 According to Lee, "Aerospace is second only to petroleum engineering in pay." That's why the director of an aerospace engineering program management team can earn well into the six figures. This person likely has a graduate degree in business, such as an MBA, in addition to their degree in engineering. Directors are involved in developing the company's business strategy, negotiating contracts to build aircraft and taking responsibility for company profitability. 2. Airline Pilot, Copilot or Flight Engineer Median Annual Salary: $117,000 Most pilots used to receive their training in the military, but in recent years a college degree and training from an FAA-certified flight training school has become more common among new hires. And, while many may pay less, there are plenty of jobs for pilots besides passenger airline gigs. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), about 34 percent of commercial pilots use their time in the air to dust crops, test planes, monitor traffic, fight fires and perform other non-typical functions. 3. Aerospace Project Engineer Median Annual Salary: $82,000 An aerospace project engineer must not only understand the ins and outs of aerospace engineering, but they must have the personal and organizational skills to lead a team through a project. A project engineer is likely involved in managing the budget for a project, hiring and training staff, checking their team's work and other administrative tasks. 4. Aircraft Maintenance Manager Median Annual Salary: $74,200
  • 19. Once again, this is a job position that requires both technical skill and a knack for leading teams. A maintenance manager is a knowledgeable professional who ensures that their teams perform maintenance regularly and according to regulatory guidelines. The manager schedules a staff of technicians and likely does much of the hiring and training of their team. -- Find Aircraft Maintenance Jobs 5. Air Traffic Controller Median Annual Salary:$62,500 Lee notes that air traffic controller is one of the best-paying jobs you can have with an associate's degree. It's well known for causing sky-high stress levels and requiring a tremendous amount of mental focus. But, did you know that, depending on the airport, the work is separated out between controllers for ground movement, take-off, en route flight time, landing and more? The competition for these lucrative, steady job positions is steep, though the BLS expects a wave of retirement in the coming years that should open up more positions to younger controllers. -- Find Air Traffic Controller Jobs 6. Sky Marshal or Air Marshal Median Annual Salary: $62,100 Air marshals are employed by the federal government to guard against attacks targeting U.S. aircraft, passengers and crew. According to the Transportation Security Administration's website, air marshals may have the unique challenge of working independently, without back up. Therefore, they are trained in handgun accuracy, terrorist behavior recognition and learn "aircraft specific tactics and close quarters self-defense measures." Sky marshal sounds like a good job for someone who is brave, tough and level-headed. -- Find Air Marshal Jobs 7. Airplane Inspector Median Annual Salary: $60,600 Airplane mechanics with some experience in the field and a positive track record can move into the role of inspector. Airplane inspectors enjoy greater job security because the work they do is, and likely always will be, required by the FAA. Airlines must have them around to regularly
  • 20. inspect the planes after any maintenance, repairs or overhauls. According to the BLS, the best job opportunities are available to mechanics who have an aircraft inspector's authorization. -- Find Airplane Inspector Jobs 8. Aircraft Mechanic Median Annual Salary: $50,500 Many mechanics specialize in preventative airplane maintenance, though they also do repairs. While some mechanics learn their skills on the job, most attend an FAA-approved school, of which there are 170 in the US. Jobs with major airlines are the most competitive because they offer the best pay and benefits. -- Find Aircraft Mechanic Jobs 9. Avionics Technician Median Annual Salary: $49,300 An avionics technician works on the components used for aircraft navigation and radio communications, weather radar systems, and other instruments and computers. They often must solve complex electrical problems and can work odd hours depending when their expertise is called upon. -- Find Avionics Technician Jobs 10. Aircraft Loadmaster Median Annual Salary: 40,900 The loadmaster mathematically preplans the correct placement of passengers and cargo on the airplane so that the plane can take off and land safely. In the military, loadmasters often fly with the plane so that they can prepare it for its next leg of the journey. Commercial airlines often hire a similar position, called a load planner, which does not require flying on the plane. When asked about how secure this job position is for the long haul, former US Air Force load master Ben Nesheim says, "There will always be a load master to calculate weight and balance. For every plane that carries cargo, somebody has to do the math." -- Find Aircraft Loadmaster Jobs
  • 21. Here are some more popular aviation jobs and what they pay: Job Title Median Pay Aviation / Aerospace Program Manager $107,000 Aerospace Engineer $74,000 Aircraft Engine Mechanic Supervisor $65,500 Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technician $60,200 Aircraft Electrician $50,100 Flight Attendant $46,900 Flight Dispatcher $41,700 Air Export Agent $38,600 Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, and Systems Assembler $38,500 Air Freight Agent $37,300 Airline/Aviation Ground Attendant $35,800 Airline Security Screener $33,500 Airline/Aviation Baggage Handler $30,900 Airline Ticket Reservation Agent $27,700 Aircraft Fueler $26,400 Filed under: Highest-Paying Jobs, Industry Research, Lists Tags: top 10 More From Bridget Quigg How Hard Do You Work for Thanksgiving Dinner? Tipping Guidelines For The Holidays And Beyond The Secrets Of Your Boss' Salary
  • 22. Related Articles  Best Cities For Veterans To Live And Work  Top 10 Most Unfortunate Jobs [Video]  Top 10 Ways to Catch the Flu at Work Bridget Quigg Editor   Bridget Quigg is the web content editor for online salary database PayScale.com. Located in Seattle, Wash., Bridget specializes in writing and editing content for blogs, websites and feature articles.
  • 23. Bridget graduated from Stanford University with a degree in English. She teaches creative writing and is also a songwriter who regularly performs music and comedic story-telling in the Seattle area and beyond. Her most recent one-woman show was titled, "Almost Female: A Jockette's Awesome Journey." Pros and Cons of Being an Aviation Manager An aviation manager plans flight schedules, oversees aircraft maintenance and manages staff. In this management position, you must understand the technical aspects of airplane operations and maintenance. Although you can pursue this position with only a high school diploma, some employers prefer aviation managers with current piloting licenses. Consider the pros and cons of this position to determine if becoming an aviation manager is right for you. Pros of Being an Aviation Manager High school diploma (or the equivalent) may be sufficient* Ability to recommend plans and changes in budgets or legislation** High salary potential (median of $168,000 in May 2012)*** Ability to write and think up of materials for aviation safety that can help others** Cons of Being an Aviation Manager Slower than average employment growth* May need several years of experience for the management position** Travel may be necessary** May work in a noisy environment* Source: *U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, **Michigan.gov, ***Salary.com. Job Description and Duties Aviation managers are responsible for maintaining aircraft maintenance records, keeping current with inspection schedules and ensuring compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations. They also manage the maintenance staff and other aircraft employees, provide schedules and administer business operations. Aviation managers need to keep current on policies, standards, procedures and laws regulating aviation. These managers are also responsible for day-to-day operations. In this position, you would also help maintenance, repair and piloting crew prepare for flights as efficiently as possible. Aviation managers can prepare financial and accident reports. You may also work with emergency responders, in order to monitor weather and anticipate problems in aviation operations.
  • 24. Salary Information and Career Outlook According to Salary.com, aviation managers made a median annual salary of about $168,000 for May 2012. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicted that all airfield operation specialists, including those who worked in management positions, would see an employment growth of approximately 8% from 2010-2020. Employers' requirements for the jobs may differ based on the responsibilities and job duties. Most workers have a high school diploma or the equivalent, though you may also benefit from obtaining an associate's or bachelor's degree. Some aviation manager positions may require a pilot license and completion of flying time. Prior related work experience is expected for management level positions. Useful Skills In order to succeed as an aviation manager, you need to have these following qualities:  Leadership abilities  Organized  Able to work with a team  Good communication skills (both written and oral)  Good analytical skills  Willing to keep up with aviation standards and FAA codes Job Postings from Real Employers Job postings usually list requirements like a high school diploma and years of experience. They also list job duties and expected skills for applicants. The following are just a sample of job postings from April 2012:  A company in Virginia asked for an aviation field operations manager. The manager's job duties included adhering to FAA and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) standards, making sure that airplanes are stocked with products and ensuring the safety of workers and passengers. Applicants needed to have a high school diploma (or the equivalent) and at least three years of experience. The workers also needed to have Ground Services Coordinator and Dangerous Goods certifications.  A recruiting company sought an aviation site manager for various locations. The manager would work with project officers, government quality assurance representatives and other ground crew in order to repair aircraft and aviation equipment. Applicants must have a high school diploma (or the equivalent) and five years of experience.  An airport in Illinois needed an operations manager who could organize daily operations, as well as work with various maintenance workers and contractors. Applicants should be able to work on call hours and have good project management abilities.  A travel corporation in Nevada asked for a dispatch and airport transportation supervisor. The supervisor needed a high school diploma (or the equivalent), experience with computer programs and prior work experience.
  • 25. Because communications skills are very important in being a successful manager, you might benefit from taking courses in speech or composition. Also, you may learn some leadership skills from management or supervisory classes. O*Net Online reported that 22% of airfield operations specialists had a bachelor's degree or some college. You might consider studying through a program like the Bachelor of Science in Aviation Management. You could also pursue a professional credential, such as the Aviation Management Professional (AvMP) designation from the International Air Transport Association. Air Traffic Controllers Air traffic controllers help pilots and airplanes arrive and depart safely. They keep up-to-date with weather, and they use radar equipment to track various aircraft. You can become an air traffic controller by either having prior experience in the military or receiving a degree from an FAA-approved school. Unfortunately, the BLS projected that air traffic controllers would see an employment decline by 3% between 2010 and 2020. However, these workers have relatively high wages, which the BLS noted was a median annual wage of about $114,000 in May 2011. Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians Aircraft mechanics and service technicians discover and repair mechanical issues. They read manuals, replace parts and record incidents of repair. These workers must receive training in schools approved by the FAA, and they usually must be certified as well. According to the BLS, these workers have the expected employment growth of about 6% for the decade 2010-2020. This slow employment growth may be because aircraft maintenance is becoming outsourced. In May 2011, these mechanics and technicians had the median annual salary of about $55,000. salary of mba holder in aviation sector? Asked by ASHISH KUMAR ,3 Answers , Posted on Thu 18 Oct 2012 Answers A Dear Student, The salary expectation depends on the institute, course, your ability and on many other factors. Since you mention Aviation sector, what needs to be seen is whether the MBA degree is being used in the aviation sector or not. Only then the procurement of this degree will be relevant. You can use our Salary Calculator Tool to calculate your salary expectation. Click here to know more about career in aviation
  • 26. Salary Calculator Tool Good luck!!! Posted by HTCampus Expert , Fri 26 Oct 2012 Mark as Spam A Aviation industry is totally different from other industry,they will not look into your qualification,they will justify only customer service skill...to enter int aviation field any graduation is mandatory,but MBA will help you to get promotions after 1 or 2 years experience in your service.Mail to avalon.coimbatore@********** for further details........ Posted by clara , Sat 27 Oct 2012 Mark as Spam A Aviation industry is totally different from other industry,they will not look into your qualification,they will justify only customer service skill...to enter int aviation field any graduation is mandatory,but MBA will help you to get promotions after 1 or 2 years experience in your service.send Gmail to avalon.coimbatore for further details What's the Salary for an Aviation Manager? Find out what the median salary is for aviation managers and learn about the experience needed for this job. Get details on the job duties and educational options for this career. Schools offering Logistics & Transportation Management degrees can also be found in these popular choices. What Education Do I Need for a Career as an Aviation Manager? Like most management programs, a college education helps with career advancement. If you're interested in pursuing a career as an aviation or airport manager, obtaining a bachelor's degree in business administration or aviation management could significantly improve your employment options. Bachelor's programs teach you fundamentals in aeronautics, management, economics,
  • 27. finance, statistics and aviation law. Some programs also require you to take courses in management ethics, air traffic control and airport management. A number of aviation management programs provide you with internship, cooperative education or work-study opportunities with airlines, corporations in the aerospace industry and local government agencies. In addition to a bachelor's degree in aviation management, you could also pursue a Master of Business Administration with a specialization in aviation management. These programs cover core business administration courses, such as marketing management, accounting and operations management, in addition to courses designed specifically for the aviation management specialization, including airline and airport management and airport operations. Several schools offer you online options to work around your busy schedule. What Jobs Could I Apply for? If your degree program offered sufficient education, you could take the Federal Aviation Administration's exam to become an air traffic controller. You could also apply for management positions at airports and airlines. As an aviation manager at an airport, you'd be responsible for the safe, continuous operations of the airport, including airline relations and scheduling, as well as ensuring all aspects of the airport meets federal regulatory compliance. Alternately, you could work for consulting firms, offering your knowledge and expertise to help clients, such as airports and aviation businesses, come up with solutions to business and management problems. What Salary Could I Earn? According to March, 2011 data presented by Salary.com, aviation managers earned an median annual salary of $167,213. The site reported that bonuses had generally increased midpoint wages to $187,974 per year, and people hired or promoted into this position typically had over 15 years' experience in management or the aviation industry. To continue researching, browse degree options below for course curriculum, prerequisites and financial aid information. Or, learn more about the subject by reading the related articles below: i want to get information about mba in aviation management, institutes,... i want to get information about mba in aviation management, institutes, career prospect, fee and placement, salary packages. Asked by sachin pawar, over 5 years ago under India MBA Answer MBA in aviation management can be done from University of Petroleum and Energy studies. Career opportunities lies in following fields: Airlines – Full Service & Low Cost Airport Operators Aircraft Manufacturers & Lessors Tourism Operators & Bureaux, Hotel Operators Government Agencies Banks/Financial Institutions, Consultancies GDS Providers, Ground Handlers & IFE Suppliers Top Indian Defense & Aerospace Organizations Approximate Course Fee: Rs. 5,00000 Placements include: Air Deccan Ascent Air - GSA Kingfisher Cargo Bangalore International Airport Pvt. Ltd. Cambata Aviation
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