Air Transport Economics and Air Law

Abstract:
On the Aviation Economics and Aviation Law project, you will intimately explore the aviation system and its biggest pitfalls. Aviation companies must make a profit and act according to local and global legislative rules. The Aviation Economics and Aviation Law project will focus on exploring the conditions under which aviation companies are successful. Aviation companies include airlines, airports, air traffic control, aerospace manufacturers, handling companies and many others. The project works on interesting projects, using the best database of scientific articles and scholarly books. The area of economics will focus on economics, strategy, business, management, processes, controlling, pricing and other important topics. At the present time, we must also pay special attention to the impact of social, political and economic developments at local and global level. The area of aviation law deals with the proposals and the tasks of creation of legislation, implementation and harmonization of aviation law and legislation. These are mainly the practical impacts of changes on the development and operations itself. We will focus on the operation of aircraft and airline operations, rules of flight, requirements for crew training.
Department:
Department of Air Transport (16121)
Head of project:
Ing. Sarah Van Den Bergh
doc. Ing. Peter Vittek, Ph.D.
JUDr. Ing. Radoslav Zozuľák, Ph.D.

BACHELOR’S Degree Programme
Technology in Transportation and Telecommunications - B 3710

Code | Language | Study field:
21X1EP | czech | LED (Air Transport)
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MASTER’S Degree Programme
Technology in Transportation and Telecommunications - N 3710

Code | Language | Study field:
21X2EP | czech | PL (Air Traffic Control and Management)
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