Upon course completion, students will be able to:
8. Recognize and explain the importance of World War II in the development of commercial aircraft following the war including the inauguration of jet service in the 1950s.
9. Assess the ramifications of deregulation, including its affect on airline employees, the traveling public, air traffic control, and air carrier business models.
10. Appraise the role of government in attempting to prevent undue commercial advantage in an unregulated environment.
11. Review and explain the history of international aviation relations by focusing on the conferences, conventions and treaties that shaped and affected international agreements between nations in aviation matters.
12. Discuss the development of Commercial Space Transportation, the responsibility of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the international treaties that pertain to flight in space.