AFFILIATED WITH
• the business of keeping vehicles that
people can hire
• the colors or designs that are used on a
company's products, veh...
An aircraft livery is a paint scheme applied
to an aircraft on:
fuselage, wings, empennage (tail fin), or jet
engines
Most...
• Bare Metal
• Billboard
• Cheatline
• Jellybean / Jelly tail
• Commemorative
• Heritage
Airline codes (IATA, ICAO, Radio
Telephony)
Airline holding companies
Charter airlines
Low-cost airlines
Passenger airline...
Revenue Passenger Miles (RPMs)
This is the basic measure of airline passenger traffic. It reflects
how many of an airline'...
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the
trade association for the world’s airlines. It represents some
2...
ACMI
Aircraft, Crew Maintenance & Insurance
EASA
European Aviation Safety Agency
AOC
Air Operations Certificate
ATK
Availa...
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO,
pronounced /aɪˈkeɪoʊ/;) is a specialized agency of the United
Nations...
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO,
defines the protocols for air accident investigation followed
by tran...
The Convention on International Civil Aviation, also known
as the Chicago Convention, established the International Civil
...
Chicago Convention – or, Convention on International Civil
Aviation – Articles
Article 29: Before an international flight,...
SITA is owned by members of the air transport industry, who
make up the SITA Board and SITA Council. The company has
the r...
SITA Subsidiaries
OnAir
OnAir provides on-board connectivity solutions that
enable passengers to connect to the Internet o...
.[
Aviareto
Aviareto is a joint venture between SITA and the Irish
government. Aviareto and the International Civil Aviati...
•European Low Fares Airline Association
•Oneworld
•SkyTeam
•Star Alliance
• AmeliaRES
• Abacus
• Sabre
• Amadeus
• Mercator
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  1. 1. AFFILIATED WITH
  2. 2. • the business of keeping vehicles that people can hire • the colors or designs that are used on a company's products, vehicles, etc. • a special uniform worn by servants especially in the past What does Livery mean?
  3. 3. An aircraft livery is a paint scheme applied to an aircraft on: fuselage, wings, empennage (tail fin), or jet engines Most airlines have a standard paint scheme From time to time special liveries are introduced, for example prior to big events, such as significant anniversaries for an airline
  4. 4. • Bare Metal • Billboard • Cheatline • Jellybean / Jelly tail • Commemorative • Heritage
  5. 5. Airline codes (IATA, ICAO, Radio Telephony) Airline holding companies Charter airlines Low-cost airlines Passenger airlines Regional airlines Redeye Flights Deadheading –Supernumery (Supe) Openjaw ticket
  6. 6. Revenue Passenger Miles (RPMs) This is the basic measure of airline passenger traffic. It reflects how many of an airline's available seats were actually sold. For example, if 200 passengers fly 500 miles on a flight, this generates 100,000 RPMs. Revenue per Employee One measure to determine an airline’s labor productivity. It is calculated by dividing an airline’s total revenue by the number of airline employee full-time equivalents as reported to the Department of Transportation or CAA
  7. 7. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association for the world’s airlines. It represents some 240 airlines or more than 84% of total air traffic. IATA supports airline activity and helps formulate industry policy and standards. It is headquartered in Montreal, Canada with Executive Offices in Geneva, Switzerland. Formed in 1945 in Havana, Cuba. Successor of International Air Traffic Association - 1919 Hague, Netherlands.
  8. 8. ACMI Aircraft, Crew Maintenance & Insurance EASA European Aviation Safety Agency AOC Air Operations Certificate ATK Available Tonne-Kilometer 1000Kg also called Metric Ton. American Ton is 907.18Kg (short ton)
  9. 9. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO, pronounced /aɪˈkeɪoʊ/;) is a specialized agency of the United Nations. It codifies the principles and techniques of international air navigation and fosters the planning and development of international air transport to ensure safe and orderly growth. Its headquarters are located in Montreal, Canada. ICAO Council adopts standards and recommends practices about air navigation, its infrastructure, flight inspection, prevention of unlawful interference, and facilitation of border- crossing procedures for international civil aviation.
  10. 10. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO, defines the protocols for air accident investigation followed by transport safety authorities in countries signatory to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention). ICAO is a United Nations body. 191 member states. Not to be confused with IATA or CANSO (Civil Air Navigation Services Organization) part of Air Navigation Services Providers, Netherlands.
  11. 11. The Convention on International Civil Aviation, also known as the Chicago Convention, established the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a specialized agency of the United Nations charged with coordinating and regulating international air travel. The Convention establishes rules of airspace, aircraft registration and safety, and details the rights of the signatories in relation to air travel. The Convention also exempts air fuels from tax. Signed by 54 countries in 1944 Became effective in 1947. 191 countries are signatories.
  12. 12. Chicago Convention – or, Convention on International Civil Aviation – Articles Article 29: Before an international flight, the pilot in command must ensure that the aircraft is airworthy, duly registered and that the relevant certificates are on board the aircraft. The required documents are: Certificate of Registration; Certificate of Airworthiness; Passenger names, place of boarding and destination; Crew licenses; Journey Logbook; Radio License; Cargo manifest
  13. 13. SITA is owned by members of the air transport industry, who make up the SITA Board and SITA Council. The company has the remit of working with the air transport community for the benefit of all members. This includes cooperation with industry bodies, such as IATA, and regional associations, aiming to solve common industry issues through the use of IT and telecommunication services, through development of community systems, industry standards and shared infrastructures for aviation. SITA also produces industry surveys including the Airline IT Trends, Airport IT Trends and Passenger Self-Service Surveys, as well as working jointly with IATA on the industry’s Baggage Report.
  14. 14. SITA Subsidiaries OnAir OnAir provides on-board connectivity solutions that enable passengers to connect to the Internet on devices such as laptops and smartphones as well as make and receive phone calls and text messages. CHAMP Cargosystems CHAMP is the only IT company working solely in the air cargo industry, providing services for carriers and distributors. In November 2011, CHAMP acquired TRAXON Europe, an electronic air cargo company, in order to prepare for new International Air Transport Association (IATA) initiatives such as IATA e-freight and Cargo 2000
  15. 15. .[ Aviareto Aviareto is a joint venture between SITA and the Irish government. Aviareto and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the Supervisory Authority of the International Registry, agreed that Aviareto would establish and operate the International Registry of Mobile Assets
  16. 16. •European Low Fares Airline Association •Oneworld •SkyTeam •Star Alliance
  17. 17. • AmeliaRES • Abacus • Sabre • Amadeus • Mercator
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