IAAM IAAM in India is registered under the Indian Trust Act, with the Registered Office at Calicut, Kerala, India and Regional Offices at Bangalore, Cochin, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, UAE (Sharjah) and Germany (Munich). Additional Centres in Africa, Europe,South East Asia and USA would be opened soon.

Chairman's Message
“IAAM is a global endeavour of international experts and all our Courses are focused on 'quality education' in the key areas of management practices to help build 'hands-on' competence so as to increase ones' practical ability to succeed” - Dr. PCK Ravindran

Prof.(Dr.) PCK. Ravindran, B.E,MSc,MBA,MIPD(UK),Ph.D is the Chairman of IAAM. An aeronautical engineer, flier,aviation law specialist, air transport economist and a leading aviation management expert, Dr Ravindran brings in over 30 years of extensive experience in all facets of aviation management. He has held top management positions in Airport Authorities, Airlines,Regulatory bodies, Departments of Civil Aviation, and is an accredited air transport expert at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). As an Aviation Advisor to several countries in Africa/Europe/Middle East/UAE, Dr Ravindran is well versed with the changing faces of aviation industry.He is also an Advisor/Visiting Professor to several leading Universities/Management Institutions in Europe/USA/Middle East and India.

He is ably supported by a team of international experts in aviation management, international business management,business economics,air&space law,business psychology,ICT and subject experts from ICAO / IATA / ACI, to make it a truly global aviation management institute.

“To be a Global Centre of Learning and Research in the fields of Aeronautics and Applied Aviation Management"
“To provide world class aviation management education to empower aviation enthusiasts to excel in the global aviation industry”
  To impart practical knowledge based education to achieve the necessary competitive edge to face the emerging challenges in the aviation industry To establish a world-wide network of academic-industry partnership to expose students to real work situation besides class room teaching. To turn out aviation 'leaders' not just 'managers' by developing appropriate competence profile

Global Education … Global Career

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