Your career prospects in Aviation Management

There is international demand for our graduates in the field of Aviation Management. They can decide between airlines, airports, national and international associations, companies in the supply and logistics industries and management consultancies.

Typical employers of an Aviation Manager are:

  • Airlines
  • Logistics and transport enterprises
  • Supplier and service provider
  • Business consulting
  • Airports
  • Catering

For example Network Manager in an airline: You draw up and optimise the flight plan of an airline, thus offering customers an optimum network and the airline the best possible utilisation of flights.

For example Yield Manager: You look after the optimisation of earnings per passenger. To do this, you adjust ticket prices to the current demand, thus creating an optimum combination of utilisation and return on capital.

Our annual recruiting fair "Career Days" on the university campus offers you a good start to your professional career.

What others say about careers in Aviation Management

IUBH graduates are well prepared for managerial positions through their management training. All courses are taught in English and the whole spectrum of aviation business - passenger airline related, air cargo business, airport management, airline operations, aviation finance and controlling, airline and airport marketing, ground services etc. - is presented to them.

Ulrich Desel

Lecturer Aviation Management