From the check-in kiosk to the baggage carousel, smartphones and other mobile devices are playing an increasing role in every part of the airline passenger process.
Stormwater runoff, carbon emissions and noise pollution are among the environmental issues addressed by the expanding number of airport sustainability efforts.
Increasing numbers of women have been entering the aviation industry in recent decades, including in high-level aviation management roles across the country.
Worldwide, airport revenues topped an estimated $130 billion in 2013, with income coming from aeronautical sources as well as from non-aeronautical sources, including parking fees, and retail and concessions sales.
With more than 3 billion passengers traveling annually and state-of-the-art technology transforming commercial air service, the global aviation industry appears poised for solid growth in the coming decades.
Having industry-specific knowledge is paramount in the aviation management field. What else do you need for a career in this growing industry?
Since graduating from Florida Tech with an aviation management degree, John Tiliacos has had career stops in major aiports in the U.S. and now Tampa, where he is Vice President of Operations and Customer Service at Tampa International Airport.