BBA - Airline and Airport Management
The Bachelor of Business Administration program of the Institute introduces and exposes the student to various industry-specified management functions such as those in the areas of marketing, finance, human resource, system and retail. The BBA program offers 3 years degree qualification; not only enables students to achieve a professional qualification but also assists management graduates in relating their skills to the needs of business. The BBA course structure is spread across six semesters in three years. The BBA program provides an ideal platform for pursuing higher studies in Management leading to an MBA.
Live Internships at Airports
IIKM arrangements with leading airports in India, were students of BBA Airlines & Airport Management going through various functions of Airport which will gain real time exposure and hands on experience on their selected field.
This outlines the organisation of the airline industry and the various factors that affect the management and operation of international and regional carriers. The problems of financing airline operations and investment and the different marketing strategies used by airline businesses are also introduced. The interdependence between airlines, aircraft manufacturers and airport authorities is explored.
The module views airports as complex systems aimed at delivering a service to passengers and air freight. The main operational procedures for handling air cargo and passenger throughput in airport terminals are presented. The module also explores how physical characteristics impose constraints on aircrafts, the services provided to airlines, to passengers in the terminal buildings and to air cargo companies. Students will be introduced to the design and management problems relating to these facilities.
This introduces students to the theories and practice of strategic planning & management and explores the application of business strategy principles to the aviation industry with specific reference to current developments in international and national aviation businesses. Methods of analysing resources and strategic capability through internal and external audit, and generating, evaluating and selecting options in relation to an organisation’s structure and strategy, are explored. Finally, the module provides an introduction to the problems inherent in strategy implementation.
Duration: 3 years
Eligibility: A Pass in 10+2 or Final year +2 students awaiting results.