Players are responsible for managing the fleet and the pricing policy of virtual airlines competing over the same routes, and must adapt their strategies to a constantly changing environment (crises, airport congestion and regulatory changes, emergence of environmental constraints, development of a new aircraft, cost evolutions, new route openings ...).
Our speakers are experienced teachers and researchers specialized in air transport economics and industrial organization.
They teach or have taught at ENAC, the french civil aviation school, and at Toulouse School of Economics.
Next Open Training Sessions:
- March the 3rd, 4th and 5th, 2015, ENAC, Toulouse: "L'Economie du Transport Aérien par le Jeu" (french).
- April the 16th and 17, 2015, Toulouse: "L'Economie Industrielle par le Jeu" (french).
- Next trainings ...
With airECONsim, players understand through practice, the major issues of air transport economics, without getting lost in details:
Theoretic debriefing phases regularly occur during the game, to help players apply economic analysis tools to decision making.
We regularly offer (distance or traditional) trainings on air transport economics or industrial organization, for all levels. The usual duration of training is two or three days for a standard scenario, in French or English.
Upon request, we also organize tailored interventions, over four or five days, using specific scenarios:
or alternating the game with more in-depth training:
airECONsim also illustrates most of the chapters of an intermediate industrial organization course:
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