• Airline management: Graduates may work in roles such as airline operations manager, route planner, revenue manager, or customer service manager within commercial airlines, charter companies, or cargo carriers.
    • Airport administration: Graduates may pursue careers in airport management, overseeing terminal operations, ground handling services, security procedures, and customer service functions at airports.
    • aircraft maintenance: Graduates may work as aircraft maintenance technicians, inspectors, or supervisors, performing maintenance, repairs, and inspections on aircraft and ensuring compliance with safety regulations.
    • Flight operations: Graduates may work as pilots, flight dispatchers, or flight operations coordinators, planning and coordinating flights, monitoring weather conditions, and ensuring the safe and efficient operation of aircraft.
    • Air traffic control: Graduates may pursue careers as air traffic controllers, managing air traffic movements, providing instructions to pilots, and ensuring safe separation of aircraft in controlled airspace.

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