Aviation Management This course deals with relevant issues with respect to first understanding how the aviation industry works and second how to manage this industry or in this industry. Especially airlines and airports are used as applied cases. The course "Aviation Management" taught by Dr. Andreas Wittmer offers an opportunity to get to know the particularities of the aviation industry in more detail. Course content The course starts by looking into five environments or main stakeholder groups of aviation. These are: Economy, Society, Environment, Technology and Politics. It takes the participants into depth with respect to the whole value chain of aviation, Airline Network Management and business models, aviation marketing, pricing, customer value, corporate governance and risk management, technologies, regulation and competition, and tourism. Different insights into practice will enhance the understanding. This is done by several company visits in Singapore e.g. Rolls Royce, Singapore Airlines, Changi Airport) and a visit to Emirates Airlines on a stop over from Singapore to Zurich (voluntary). Finishing this course will enable students to have a broad overview of the aviation industry and show the opportunities and challenges of that industry. After this course one knows how this industry works. Read here about last year's course. Course structure The 10-day course will be taught during the ʺAutumn mid-term breakʺ in Singapore at the St.Gallen Institute of Management in Asia. There will be blocks of teaching and case works in the morning and company visits or case works in the afternoon. For further information and to find out when the next course takes place, please refer to the course directory. Application procedure and cost The course is open to all master programs of the University of St.Gallen. There are a total of 20 seats available, which will be assigned by a special application process (no bidding). For further information on the application procedure, please approach Dr. Andreas Wittmer directly. The course will be during the mid term break in Singapore. Participants of the course will have to carry the costs for flight and accommodation in Singapore. Total costs for flight and accommodation during the stay in Singapore are expected to be in the range of approximately CHF1,000 to CHF1,900 (based on students’ feedback of previous years). Singapore offers a wide variety of accommodation ranging from hostels to hotels as well as direct flights and stopover flights. Further, it is the students’ responsibility to have valid travel insurance for their stay in Singapore.