Manish Yadav | Instructor & Member, International Air Transport Association (IATA) | Assistant Professor, Faculty o
Modern College of Business & Sciences, Oman

Manish Yadav, Instructor & Member, International Air Transport Association (IATA) | Assistant Professor, Faculty o, Modern College of Business & Sciences, Oman

Mr. Manish Yadav has diverse work experience of more than a decade as an aviation educationist & aviation industry professional with premier organizations within India & abroad i.e. MCBS – Muscat (Sultanate of Oman),University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Dehradun (India); Banasthali University, Rajasthan (India), Air India, GMR Delhi International Airport Limited .Along with IATA certified instructor in Travel & Tourism, he is pursuing doctorate under the banner of EU-INDIA initiative by the Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation. He is very active in aviation research, training & development, aviation business consultancy services. He is an active member of International Air Transport Association (IATA) & University Aviation Association (UAA). He has earned graduation in science (B.Sc. Electronics) & Masters in Aviation Management.


Day One @ 14:20

Airport security: How to reduce the waiting times?

While airports serve as gateways to adventure and fun, they are also hurry and worry hubs, especially when airport security measures have been stepped up, a move that could lead to delays and longer queues.
  • How to reduce waiting times without compromising security? – Current practice and new ideas
  • How to use sensor technology, data and predictive algorithms to measure travel times, queue times and movement patterns, so travelers know exactly how long they have to wait 
  • Getting airports, airlines, and transportation security administration to work together

Airline University - Day Two @ 14:00

Aviation education & training quality: Hard cake to bake

The presentation will cover the key concerns and challenges in aviation education, especially how training courses keep up-to-date as practices and technologies evolve. Also, we will take a look at some of the new training methods (including choices of instructors, instruction style, and instructional techniques) to provide ongoing education to develop and maintain both technical and non-technical skills.

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