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Air exploitation, also known as commercial aviation, refers to the use of aircraft for commercial activities such as transporting passengers, and cargo or performing special missions such as aerial photography, surveillance, and firefighting.

Air exploitation is subject to strict regulations and high safety standards to ensure the safety of passengers, crew, and the public in general.

An air exploitation engineer is an aviation professional who is responsible for planning, coordinating, and supervising airline operations activities. Flight operations engineers are responsible for ensuring that flight operations are conducted in an efficient, cost-effective, and safe manner, in compliance with civil aviation regulations.


The research area of aeronautical exploitation engineering is broad and includes many topics, including:

  • Aviation safety: research in this area aims to improve flight safety by identifying risk factors and developing strategies to reduce them.

  • Air traffic management: Research in this area aims to improve the efficiency and safety of flight operations by developing more advanced air traffic management systems.

  • Air operations management: Research in this area aims to optimize air operations processes by developing more efficient management tools and techniques.

  • Aircraft maintenance management: research in this area aims to improve the reliability and durability of aircraft by developing more advanced maintenance methods and using more sophisticated technologies.

  • Pilot and crew training: Research in this area aims to improve pilot and crew training by developing more advanced training programs and using more sophisticated simulation technologies.

  • Supply Chain Management: Research in this area aims to improve the efficiency and security of supply operations by developing more advanced supply chain management systems.

This course brings together, the scientific and technical bases necessary for the integration of graduates in the industries of the aeronautics and space sector both in Algeria and abroad.

Core Modules:

  • Air Traffic Services

  • Aerial Operations

  • Applied Air Navigation

  • Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM)

  • Search and rescue

  • Flight Mechanics

  • Air transport security

  • Aircraft Identification

  • Radionavigation

  • Data base (SQL)

  • Procedures for Air Navigation Services – Aircraft OPerationS (PAN-OPS)

  • Management of companies

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