The best way to get into Aviation management is to not study aviation management. Talking with people from Northwest, United and American they look for people with outside perspectives on the industry adn that can bring in new ideas and thoughts not learn about all the things they already know. Best advise is to go to a school that teaches aviaiton business and take a few courses but don't concentrate in it.
I'm also working on my thesis at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, forecasting future aircraft use and its impact on airport operations. I do a lot of work with Airbus, Boeing, and airline reps from all over the world. Great internship and a great industry to work in I could never call this work.
Good luck on your quest for a topic!! May I add that you might want to consider the increased impact of A340-600 and 777-300 on airport operations over the A380. They are the most overlooked aircraft and are giving every major airport around the world a major headache.
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