- Aviation managers work at airlines, airports, or other businesses within the aviation or aerospace industry, such as aircraft manufacturers.
- you might oversee the day-to-day operations of an airport or aviation organization or supervise a department.
- An aviation manager handles all the operations of the aviation department.
- He is responsible of assuring that the department complies with regulations as well as oversees the maintenance, scheduling and safety procedure of the aviation department are done efficiently.
- Implement airfield safety procedures to ensure a safe operating environment for personnel and aircraft operation.
- Assist in responding to aircraft and medical emergencies.
- Manage wildlife on and around airport grounds.
- Coordinate with agencies, such as air traffic control, civil engineers, or command posts, to ensure support of airfield management activities.
- Plan and coordinate airfield construction.
- Perform and supervise airfield management activities, including mobile airfield management functions.
- Coordinate communications between air traffic control and maintenance personnel.
- Train operations staff.
- Aeronautical sciences
- Air transportation principles
- Project management
- Airport Operations Coordinator
- Airport Operations Manager
- Airport Operations Officer
- Airport Operations Specialist
- Assistant Manager Airside Operations
- Flight Follower
- Operations Agent
- Operations Coordinator
- Operations Supervisor
- Airport Duty Manager
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