Onboarding Course "Airport industry"

Behind the scenes airport world

New in the aviation industry and curious how it works?

How will global aviation and the airport industry develop? How is the industry organised? Who are the actors? What are the relevant trends and what are the decision-making processes?


In this training you will be taught basic knowledge of the aviation industry and you will get an insight into the structure of an airport. The face-to-face training is rounded by an airport tour at Rostock-Laage Airport.

Topics covered/ Take-aways

  • Definition of terms of the aviation industry
  • Numbers, data, facts of aviation
  • Knowledge of the business segments at the airport
  • Passenger and suitcase travel at the airport
  • Turnaround of an aircraft

Short Agenda

9 am - Welcome

9.30 am  - First theory session

11.00 am - Break

11.15 am - Second theory session

12.15 pm - Lunch

1.15 pm - Third theory session

3.15 pm - Break 

3.30 pm - Visit PAX/APRON

5.30 pm - End 


Your Trainers


As a trained aviation service clerk, Michael Karkein has several years of experience in the field of airport business. Through his role as Head of Special Transport at Rostock Laage Airport, he knows all areas of an airport and the combination of the various functions. 


Kevin Fischer has extensive knowledge of the aviation industry through his studies in aeronautical engineering/aviation logistics. Through his work in innovation management at Fraport AG, he was able to expand and deepen his knowledge in the field of airport.

Each training session has a minimum number of 3 and a maximum number of attendees of 15 people and lasts from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The participation fee for GATE members is 380€ and for non-members 650 €. In the case of two or more participants from the same company, a 10% discount is granted to each.


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