Diploma in Airline Management comprises - The Airline Industry has become extremely competitive and as a result to increase revenues the airlines today are cutting costs. As per a survey conducted by KPMG/IATA, staff related costs account for approximately 30% of the total expenditure. Hence, major international airlines have shifted their operational forces from developed countries to developing countries such as India where labour costs are comparatively lower. The second cost cutting strategy adopted by carriers today is to reduce staff and rely on those who are well versed in both Passenger and Cargo Handling thus ensuring optimum productivity and reduced costs. Hence, training in both areas namely Passenger and Cargo handling will enable airline aspirants to have a competitive edge over those who have attended just a Travel and Tourism or an Air Cargo and Courier Management course.
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