Peter Wild: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2020
|Name||Mr Peter Wild|
|Department||Mechanical and Process Engineering|
|151-0227-00L||Basics of Air Transport (Aviation I)||4 credits||3G||P. Wild|
|Abstract||In general the course explains the main principles of air transport and elaborates on simple interdisciplinary topics.|
Working on broad 14 different topics like aerodynamics, manufacturers, airport operations, business aviation, business models etc. the students get a good overview in air transportation.
The program is taught in English and we provide 11 different experts/lecturers.
|Objective||The goal is to understand and explain basics, principles and contexts of the broader air transport industry.|
Further, we provide the tools for starting a career in the air transport industry. The knowledge may also be used for other modes of transport.
Ideal foundation for Aviation II - Management of Air Transport.
|Content||Weekly: 1h independent preparation; 2h lectures and 1 h training with an expert in the respective field|
Concept: This course will be tought as Aviation I. A subsequent course - Aviation II - covers the "Management of Air Transport".
Content: Transport as part of the overall transportation scheme; Aerodynamics; Aircraft (A/C) Designs & Structures; A/C Operations; Aviation Law; Maintenance & Manufacturers; Airport Operations & Planning; Aviation Security; ATC & Airspace; Air Freight; General Aviation; Business Jet Operations; Business models within Airline Industry; Military Aviation.
Excusions: In the past few years, we conducted two excursions for this course. Yet, under COVID the situation is to complicated so that we have to cancel both events. We may offer students to register in one of the next excursions....thank you for your understanding
|Lecture notes||Preparation materials & slides are provided prior to each class|
|Literature||Literature will be provided by the lecturers, respectively there will be additional Information upon registration|
|Prerequisites / Notice||None|