The global airport management market is expected to grow at approx. USD 15.5 Billion by 2023, at 10% of CAGR between 2017 and 2023.
The aviation industry is booming like never before. Airlines across the globe are continuously expanding their aircraft capacity and adding a greater number of advanced new generation airplanes. This has resulted in a significant demand for commercial airline pilots, aircraft maintenance personnel, and cabin crew. And this demand will grow further in the next 20 years. Scenarios like this not only creates opportunities but also increases the wages for the qualified and deserving professionals.
VCATI's Airport Management course covers ground handling training and is designed to cover all aspects of airport ground handling. We also help in developing the overall personality of our students, which includes personality grooming and teaching soft skills. At VCATI we strive to empower our students with all the skills necessary for this thrilling & challenging job.
The curriculum covers all aspects of all the Ground handling procedures handled by Ground Staff working for various airlines & ground handling agencies in the airports.
There is a saying that,
"Cabin Crew is the face of the airlines and ground staff is the backbone of the airlines.”
There are three main aspects to ground handling–
- Cargo Handling
- Passenger Handling
- Ramp Management.
We cover all these in our 4-5 months’ Airport Management Course/ Ground handling training course.
|1||History of Aviation|
|2||World Geography, Codes & Time Difference|
|3||Identification of Documents|
|4||Export Cargo Manifestation|
|5||Import & Export Procedure of Cargo|
|6||Different Types of Cargo & Special Handling of Cargo|
|7||Export Cargo Procedures|
|8||Import Cargo Procedures|
|9||Aircraft Loading Limitation|
|12||Departure, Immigration & Customs|
|14||Limited Release Tag|
|17||Transfer Passengers & Transit Passengers|
|18||Weight & Balance|
|19||Aircraft Arrival Procedures|
|20||Apron, Bay & Runway Safety Procedures|
|21||Aircraft Ground Servicing|
|22||Fire Safety & Fueling Procedures|
|23||Embarkation & Disembarkation Procedures|
Age: above 18 years
Education: 10+2 from any Recognized University or Board