nt situation of fast changing of environment in air transport, the professionals in aviation sector must have access to highly developed and comprehensive knowledge including in-depth understanding of the requirements of the airline industry globally (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2011).
The incident of September 11 had certain worst economic effects on the airline industry. This had caused dramatic dropdown in passenger demand as well as high costs to a large extent. However, the industry was facing worst period before as well. Thus, it contributed problem for the industry besides having problems for passengers (FRBSF Economic Letter, 2002)
In this paper the functions and principles of management towards airline industry have been explained in brief. The role of human resource manager and major issues of human resource management in air transport industry have been mentioned. The issues related to safety and security in airline industry along with their importance has also been highlighted in the paper.
The airline industry is one of the competitive industries because accuracy and safety are required in such area. Thus, the functions of the management are to make the task process efficient and reliable so that it can safeguard the business of airlines as well as the lives of passengers. The various functions and principles of aviation industry are planning, leading or motivating, organising and controlling. The purpose of planning is to create effective strategy that will facilitate to achieve the goals of any industry. The planning process includes scope, goals, objectives and statements of the organisation. It also includes analysis of external environment, threats and opportunities of the industry.
Planning and controlling are vital parts of any organisation as both are required for smooth functioning of the management of industry. Strategic planning in airports provides emphasis to safety as well as security of the travelling