Hi Shruthi, Its good to know that you want to have a career in Aviation. BBA from Avalon academy is a good choice.And its good that you also taking up correspondence in B.Com. To have a career abroad you will need to have international degrees from abroad. The avaiation academy's in India can help you make good career in doemstic airlines or in Indian aviation market. Let me know you need to know more about to study abroad.

Hi,  Please share more info on Aviation career in Delhi.

Hi sandeep,Some MBA/master's in aviation colleges are:* ILAM ,delhi/bangalore* Avalon Academy* Academy of Aviation Education * Hindustan University * UPES all the best

Hi Pulkit, Thanks to your question, I got to know that now there is a course called BBA in [Aviation management][1], which is similar to a MBA in Aviation management. Though from your question I now feel you are looking out for a BBA program, but please note there are B.Sc [Aviation courses available for 12th Science students][2]. The difference between a B.Sc and a BBA, as the name of the degrees suggest is: **BBA, Aviation Management**: it is more of a hospitality course, just like managing the functioning of the airport, customer satisfaction, passenger reservation, airport security. *

Dear Aspirant, Aviation industry has now become the backbone of the travel world, though costly. Scope of Aviation and Aviation Management is tremendous and courses in Aviation Management should be definitely pursued by those who like travelling, discipline, uniforms, hectic hours of work. Best wishes

When we were the child we often wonder to see airplanes in the sky. We have to admit that we all want to become a pilot in our childhood. So, we can say that aviation industry used to be every child’s dream once (Broadly speaking;-D). Earlier there weren’t much jobs or opportunities in this sector as people weren’t supposed to use air transportation. However, current scenario has changed other way around. Now, people prefer air transport than any other mode which has changed the growth rate or we can say aviated the aviation sector. The Aviation sector includes all the facets

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Hello Niju,  If you are interested in aviation industry as well as something related to management then yes an MBA in airport management is a good option. But please note though I know you wont change the industry, but asa word of caution, please note after doing this management, you would be restricted to only the airports . Hence on a safer bet I would suggest an MBA in Hospitality management, whereby you could work in airports as well as the hotel industry. I would also suggest do a course relatec to cabin crew, ticketing, safety and security etc. A comprehensivee knowledge would be ne

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Logistics and Aviation Management is one of the fastest budding corporate fields around the world. This is because students around the world are deflecting from mainstream jobs and careers such as engineering, law, and medicine. While there was a time when theses careers were the only ones that were actually respected and paid well, this is no longer true. The corporate sector around the world is diverging into several fields that require specialized knowledge of the fields as well as requires students that are well-versed with the terminologies of the particular field. Logistics Industry:&nbs

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Institute of logistics and aviation management, is one of the most popular and a trustworthy name that gives most of the professionals to the industries of aviation and logistics. With a vast number of courses to high quality of education, ILAM completes all the necessities of a good college and hence proved to be the one of the greatest campus from India for the growing industries. These all specifications made ILAM as one of the top most campus in India with an exponentially growing value and reputation in the industries and hence making the ILAM’s graduate students or so called ILAM&r

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What are Aviation and Logistics? The aviation management deals with one of the most basic and is to oversee the air traffic and control the rules compliance with local and federal rules and regulations in order to overcome with the most advanced and analytical mobility of cargo ships and docks in the fast, safe, secure and reliable way and hence increasing and providing the quality services and creating a reliable communication to satisfy and fulfill the demands of the customers. The professionals from this industry leads the air traffic from frontend and the backend both and delivers the qual

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ILAM is the trusted name in the segment when it comes to the Aviation and Logistics sector. As the aviation and logistics sector is revolutionizing inside out, the ILAM promises the plethora of job opportunities in the sector providing MBA programs in Logistics & Aviation Management. The UGC recognized finest MBA programmes will help you achieve a good career growth in this ever-growing field. What is Aviation Management The goal of Aviation Management is to cater the traffic of passengers and cargo mobility throughout the world in the fast, safe, secure and reliable service and to satisf

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Logistics and Aviation Management is one of the fastest budding corporate fields around the world. This is because students around the world are deflecting from mainstream jobs and careers such as engineering, law and medicine. While there was a time when theses careers were the only ones that were actually respected and paid well, this is no longer true. The corporate sector around the world is diverging into several fields that require specialised knowledge of the fields as well as requires students that are well-versed with the terminologies of the particular field. Logistics and Aviation M

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Aviation Management category

When we were the child we often wonder to see airplanes in the sky. We have to admit that we all want to become a pilot in our childhood. So, we can say that aviation industry used to be every child’s dream once (Broadly speaking;-D). Earlier there weren’t much jobs or opportunities in this sector as people weren’t supposed to use air transportation. However, current scenario has changed other way around. Now, people prefer air transport than any other mode which has changed the growth rate or we can say aviated the aviation sector. The Aviation sector includes all the facets

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If you have just completed your undergraduate degree you want to pursue higher education, you will have a lot of options in front of you, especially if you have just finished the undergraduate degree of engineering. In case, if you have just completed your 10+2 with maths or physics as a major you have a variety of options to choose from as to where do you want to pursue your higher education. These options often include studying engineering, law, arts, etc. Well, as the number of options increases so does the number of competitors do. Here is one of such courses that you can pursue without ha

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Dear Aspirant, Nice to see you interested in Aviation Hospitality and Travel Management as a career after 12th. I would suggest that getting the IATA certification is the best way forward to you in this career field. For Aviation Management and Travel Management, I would recommend that you should do the courses after completing graduation and not after 12th. There are very few courses available in such option after 12th. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Aviation Management category

Dear Aspirant, Nice to see you interested in Aviation Hospitality and Travel Management as a career after 12th. I would suggest that getting the IATA certification is the best way forward to you in this career field. For Aviation Management and Travel Management, I would recommend that you should do the courses after completing graduation and not after 12th. There are very few courses available in such option after 12th.   Best wishes

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