Impact of Crew Training and Safety Management System on Operational Management in Aviation Industry of Pakistan

Keywords: Aviation Management, Engineering Management, Safety Management, Crew Training, National Aviation Policy 2019.

Abstract

Aviation plays a fundamental role in the growth of trade, tourism, economy as well as sustainable development in Pakistan. The two main influential factors Crew Training and Safety Management impacting operations of Engineering Management was found on the basis of literature and analyzed. Primarily, the numerous organizations training methodologies to get their crew staff training was collected from both primary sources that’s questionnaire instrument and secondary sources which is Literature. The reliability and validity of the instrument was tested with the help of Cronbach Alpha and the survey questionnaire was distributed to obtain primary data. The used Non-Probability Sampling technique analyzed thru Statistical Package for Social Sciences software. It was revealed that both the variables i-e Crew Training and Safety Management have a significant impact on improving aviation operational management. Therefore, the management should take remedial measures to work out on Crew Training and Safety Management factors that may augment aviation operational management according to latest National Aviation Policy 2019.

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Author Biographies

Muhammad Hassan, Preston University Karachi, Pakistan.

Business Administration Preston University Karachi, Pakistan.

Ghulam Murtaza Maitlo, Preston University Karachi, Pakistan.

Phd. Professor Business Administration Preston University Karachi, Pakistan.

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Published
2020-07-07
How to Cite
Hassan, M., & Maitlo, G. (2020). Impact of Crew Training and Safety Management System on Operational Management in Aviation Industry of Pakistan. Amazonia Investiga, 9(30), 119-126. https://doi.org/10.34069/AI/2020.30.06.12
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