Asia Compact in Aviation Management 2019 From 27 October to 1 November 2019, the course “Asia Compact: Aviation Management” was held in the office of the St.Gallen Institute of Management in Asia in Singapore The course “Asia Compact: Aviation Management” is developed as a yearly, interdisciplinary course on the master level and is taught by Dr. Andreas Wittmer. Singapore as a location was chosen because the Aviation industry has the highest growth rate in Asia and is a key driver for growth in the region. In addition to theoretical lecture inputs, the 24 students had the opportunity to visit different companies to get a first-hand insight into the industry and to expand their network. Course work included a case study seminar paper or video which was presented on the last day. Topics comprised Supersonic Flights, Sustainable Airports, Acceptance of Autonomous Drones and the Future of the A380. This year’s program included visits at Seletar Aerospace Park, Airbus Asia Training Center, Bell Helicopter and JEWEL at Changi Airport. Thanks to an input lecture by Dr. Mato Njavro, a guided tour in City Gallery and visits to various local food markets, restaurants and bars, the students were able to experience the buzzing Singaporean culture. About the course Aviation Management: The course is part of the academic education portfolio of the Center for Aviation Competence at the University of St. Gallen (CFAC-HSG). Through versatile networking and the characteristics of the industry, aviation has developed itself to an own field of research. Through the integration of Aviation Management in the studies of the master level, the University of St.Gallen is able to fill this gap by creating an appropriate supply.