Aviation Day



The Competence Center Aviation Management (CCAM) in Worms will host the 2nd Aviation Day on April 18th, 2024.

At the 2nd Aviation Day, you will have the opportunity to meet renowned industry experts, explore latest aviation market dynamics and share strategies for successfully driving the industry’s green transformation. This time, we will look at the topics primarily through the eyes of finance professionals across the entire aviation value chain.

In our morning session - "Financial Stability in Times of Uncertainty" - we address questions such as: 

  • Geopolitical tensions and faltering GDP growth - what are possible solutions in aviation?
  • How can the aviation sector secure its profitability for future investments?

In the afternoon session - "Fostering Investments in Green Transformation" - we focus on questions such as:

  • What are the most promising financing strategies for green transformation?
  • What are the biggest challenges when developing sustainability projects in the aviation sector?

Our modern university campus is the perfect place to connect today’s industry experts with their peers, but especially with our talented aviation and travel management students who are eager to shape the future direction of the aviation industry.

Past events


Benefits for participants and target groups


Exchange of industry and science, get-together with aviation enthusiasts 

Joint development of projects and talents 
Understanding the current financial health status of the aviation industry and developing fresh ideas + perspectives with regard to the green transformation

Target Groups
Aviation Practitioners, Students and Academics


About CCAM


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The Competence Center Aviation Management (CCAM) is an academic institute belonging to the Tourism/Travel Management department which conducts applied research and provides educational services in the field of aviation management. The services on offer range from undertaking research projects on air freight and passenger transport to providing practice-oriented training and further education via conferences and seminars. To this end, the CCAM works in close collaboration with aviation companies, such as airlines and airports, sharing its interdisciplinary know-how and methodological expertise with both national and international institutions involved in aviation management, as well as with private organisations. In doing so, the CCAM pools expertise held by a distinguished team of professors thanks to their wealth of experience in working as experts, on projects and in management.