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News Feb 22nd, 2021

Season 1, Ep. 20

On this week's Short Final –  Dublin Airport Passenger Numbers Down 78% in 2020, ASL Airlines exercise options for 10 Boeing 737 freighters, and even as aviation continues to feel the effects of Covid restrictions, there is room for those in the industry to help others with their generosity.


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2/10/2021

Aviation Education - Degrees to turn to professional development

Season 1, Ep. 17
On this episode, we look at the options to get professional academic qualifications in the aviation industry.Ireland is home to various top-class aviation industry education and training options aimed at aspiring high flyers.Ranging from an MSc in Aviation Finance in UCDto Carlow Institute of Educations, Bachelor of Business in Aviation Management and Munster technological University's International Business with Aviation Studies (BA Honours) course.Dublin City University offers a BSc in Aviation Management, the first university degree in Ireland to combine management studies with the option to train as a commercial pilot. Alternatively, its students can opt to undertake air traffic controller training.DCU also offers an MSc in Management (Aviation Leadership), a specialist postgraduate programme designed to provide participants with knowledge in all key aviation sectors and strategic management.Well joining us on this episode from DCU are Dr Cathal Guiomard, assistant professor of Aviation in DCU Business School and programme chair for the BSc in Aviation Management and Dr Marina Efthymiou assistant professor in aviation management and course director of the Master's course - theMSc Management Aviation Leadership.Details of the open day on Feb 16th are available on this link. https://business.dcu.ie/events/?action=tribe_photo&tribe_paged=1&tribe_event_display=photo&tribe-bar-date=2021-02-06&tribe-bar-search=Aviation