- Price AED 21,051
- Duration 3 Days
- Timings Flexible
- Locations Dubai
The 3 Day MBA in Aviation Finance is designed for financial and accounting professionals within the aviation industry who are looking to brush up on their strategic finance and planning skills.
C-level executives in the aviation sector will also benefit from attending, by gaining a comprehensive overview of accounting and finance principles in the airline industry, as well as how to turn around a struggling airline.
What will I learn?
- Get to grips with revenues and expenses in the aviation industry - Refresh your knowledge of maximising airline revenues, and look at a typical airline expense distribution.
- Master the income statement and balance sheet - Learn how to read and interpret the income statement or balance sheet of an airline, and develop an action plan for profit improvement.
- Get up to speed on assets and liabilities in aviation - Look at the classes of airline assets, as well as considering typical airline liabilities.
- Understand the importance of cash - Discover why cash is critical, especially for an airline.
- Learn how to read and interpret the cash flow statement - Look at the sources and uses of cash in an airline, plus how to understand the implications of a company’s generation and usage of cash.
- Consider the interrelationship of various financial statements and how to boost profitability - Be able to look at various sources of financial information and comment on the ability of management to improve overall profitability and solvency.
- Get to grips with airline financial systems - Learn how to use various systems, such as the maintenance planning system, the enterprise resource planning system and the flight operations system.
- Master effective financial planning - Learn how to cascade the strategic plan into a business plan, how to drive organisational performance through financial KPIs, and much more.
- Gain a comprehensive overview of fleet planning - Find out how to build a fleet plan and how to decide between leasing or buying aircraft, as well as looking at financing options.
- Get to grips with risk management for aviation - Consider environmental risk, opportunity cost and sensitivity analysis, as well as mastering risk management strategies for airlines.
- Learn how to turn a struggling airline around - Explore things that go wrong for airlines, contingency plans, and how to develop a turnaround strategy for an airline.
- Aviation Authorities
- Law Firms
- Consultancy Firms
- Government and Regulators
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