Aviation Management: Global Perspectives
Aviation is a dynamic international industry. There is world-wide industry trend that indicates the need for Aviation Management with higher-level techniques to function effectively in this highly competitive field.The aviation industry is already reeling from one of the deepest and most-sustained business downturns in recent years, but there has been little support from the governments and regulators. The industry was finding the regulations on the industry as burdensome and that it was becoming more apparent now in the period of crisis. This present book deals with all the relevant areas of aviation industry and gives vital information on aviation management.
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