Air Transport Facilitation Course

  • Course Goal
    This 60-hour, two-week course aims at acquainting participants with the up-to-date Air Transport Facilitation concepts of air transport facilitation regulation at international airports, machine readable documents, traffic rights and liberalization of air transport. Also enhancing participants’ skills, knowledge and capabilities so as to cope with the recent development in issues related to air transport facilitation and services provides to passengers and aircrafts at the international airports.

  • Course Objectives
    Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
    • Understand the methods of air transport facilitation.
    • Understand types of airports.
    • Acquire basic knowledge about airlines type of operation
    • Acquire a good idea about other government agents in the airports.
    • Familiarize participants with new technology regarding facilitation at the international airports.

  • Course Content
    • Air Transport Principles & Historical Background.
    • Chicago Convention 1944/ Multilateral Agreements
    • Bilateral Agreements
    • Air Transport Facilitation Development in accordance with Annex 9.
    • Machine Readable Documents
    • The Regulation of Air Transport Facilitation
    • National & Airport Facilitation Committees.
    • Regional and International Aviation Organizations.
    • Air Transport Liberalization & Privatization / International Trend.
    • Airports Parties Coordination to provide good services for airport users.
    • Field oversight visit to the airport & CAA.
    • Case studies & Group discussion.

  • Target Population
    This course is designed for air transport middle management, air transport facilitation staff , Facilitation Committees members, passenger services staff, government agents at the airports, customer care representatives, and airlines staff.

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  • Course Duration
    two weeks (60 hour)