Creation of Education Management Model in the Aviation Business for Thai Airways International Company Limited

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Nisakorn Nakornkao
Nataya Pilanthananond
Udomluk Koolsriroj


Purposes of this retrieved were to study academic administrative guideline in aviation business and other business which provide specific academic courses for their organizations, to create and to evaluate Thai Airways International Public Company Limited’s academic administrative model. The samples were the persons who concerned with education from Panyapiwat Institute of Management, Civil Aviation Training Center and Royal Thai Survey Department for 10 personnel from each institutes by individual interview, including 11 expert in academic administration in aviation business from Thai Airways International Public Company Limited by using mixed format evaluation with consist of check list and open-ended questionnaires and analyzed by content analysis. The retrieved results found that Thai Airways International Public Company Limited could develop academic curriculum in aviation business for Bachelor degree in Business Aviation and Hotel and Tourism Management based on TQF: HEd. and following with standard criteria of International Civil Aviation Organization, International Air Transport Association and The Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment to provide instructional management which enhance both academic and experiential learning through actual practices.


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Nakornkao, N., Pilanthananond, N., & Koolsriroj, U. (2019). Creation of Education Management Model in the Aviation Business for Thai Airways International Company Limited. Rajapark Journal, 13(30), 95–105. Retrieved from
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