(Contenu sponsorisé) Air transport is an essential element in any sustainable development policy since it contributes greatly to enriching a series of economic and social activities that must operate under a sustainability perspective.
Multiple organizations in the sector claim that in the next twenty years air transport will continue to grow at a faster rate than that of the economy and that, consequently, its weight in collective business activity will increase.
All the elements of air transport sustainability (physical and economic accessibilities, accidents, security) seem to be adequately on track and with prospects for improvement at worldwide scale, except for the problem of environmental impact, which constitutes the great crossroads to be resolved in the medium-term future.
The only possible alternative would be the imposition of measures that restrict the growth of the sector, either by increasing the cost of a direct tax on CO2 emissions, or by implementing a global system of market mechanisms that would allow enough revenue to be raised. money to get emission reductions in other sectors where it is cheaper.
Regarding the environment, the focus will be on improving the system’s energy efficiency and therefore reducing CO2 emissions, also motivated by the increasing importance of fuel costs, which exceed 30% of the total costs of the airlines.
The objective of the Master in Sustainable Air Transport Management is to train our students to occupy managerial positions in airports, airlines, as well as in companies associated with airports and aviation in general (commercial concessionaires, air navigation service providers, manufacturers of the aeronautical industry , construction companies, etc.), handling companies, security companies, maintenance companies, equipment supply companies, etc.
This postgraduate program whose fundamental pillar is sustainability in air transport has been developed in accordance with the goals and objectives of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The MATSM diploma is jointly issued by ITAérea and the United Nations and it should be noted that the graduation ceremony takes place at the United Nations Palace in Geneva, Switzerland.
What benefits does MATSM provide?
Taught in English, the MATSM allows students to learn from the experience of top-level managers with more than 20 years of experience. You will be able to know first-hand the techniques and procedures carried out for the sustainable and efficient management of air transport companies.
This postgraduate program is focused on proactive, productive discussion based on the dilemmas that arise in the governance of the company. The student will acquire a deep understanding of the sustainable management of the airport and aeronautical sectors from an organizational point of view, starting with airports and continuing with airlines, aeronautical law, the aeronautical industry and air navigation.
What positions do our teachers occupy?
All the teachers assigned to this postgraduate program are high-level professionals with vast experience in the air transport industry. They originate from more than 10 different nationalities (Europe, USA, Latin America, the Middle East, etc.). These professionals hold senior management positions in companies and institutions such as:
Arup • Mott MacDonald • SAS Ireland • Leadin Aviation Consulting • AENA • Vinci Airports • AERTEC Solutions • AIRBUS • Augusta Abogados • IAG Cargo • SAERCO • ENAIRE • GATCO • ITP Aero • Aeropuerto de Albacete • Hong Kong Express Airways • easyJet • KPMG • AERIS Costa Rica • Grupo Puntacana • Ryanair • Gestair • IBERIA Airlines • Clyde & Co. • AA2000 • WALA • DANTE Aeronautical.
If you wish to receive more information about the Master in Sustainable Air Transport Management you may contact ITAérea through email@example.com
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