Mechanical Engineer (BE 60%) wants to do MBA in AVIATION. Wht is the scope. am i doing right thing? Is it fair to my career ? Suggest me.

Hello. I am just passout Mech engg. with 60%. I am quite interested in aviation sector and planning to join in MBA aviation program.. am i doing right thing? i need some expert suggestions and advice... or is there anything else MBA program which will suits for my academic background ?

0 108 Views | Posted 2011-09-10 13:35:37
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    Hisbanur Rahaman | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-09-11 01:09:18
    The Indian aviation market is booming. The estimated growth of domestic passenger segment is at 50% per annum and growth for international passenger segment is 25%. The international cargo is likely to grow at a rate of 12%.
    According to Ministry of Civil Aviation, India will need 1,500 to 2,000 passenger planes in next 10 years. Over 135 aircrafts have already been added in the last two years alone. By 2010, India's fleet strength will stand at 500-550. It is also estimated that the domestic market size will cross 60 million and the international traffic will reach 20 million in the same period. By 2020, Indian airports are estimated

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