From November 25th to 27th, ENAC is opening a new training about Air Transport Economics, based on the airECONsim (http://aireconsim.com) economics simulation game.
The trainees are responsible for managing the fleet and fees of virtual airlines competing over the same routes, and must adapt their strategies to a constantly changing environment (airport congestion, regulatory changes, emergence of environmental constraints and emission permits, introduction of a new aircraft, cost evolution, opening of new routes, mergers...).
Theoretic debriefing phases regularly occur during the game, and introduce economic analysis tools helping trainees in their decisions. For more details, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or refer to ENAC web site.*
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