Problem Statement

    Revise the Problem Statement below with a clearer purpose. The problem must be a subject that is focused and feasible. The problem should be broad enough to allow for adequate research. The input should provide a brief explanation of the problem and the purpose of the research.


    A few decades ago, the aviation sector across the globe was recording great turnovers.

    The industry was witnessing tremendous growth with many aviation firms being established. Though this sector relies mostly on government support, the revenues realized made it easier to operate. Any person graduating with a degree or certificate related to this field saw immediate absorption into the job market. This has been motivating many to pursue courses related to this field. There have been partnerships by firms and companies in this sector to boost production. With the industry providing the fastest means of travel, most businesses have experienced huge boosts in getting their commodities into the market. However, despite this, in the recent past, technological advancements have widely caused a paradigm shift in this sector’s performance. For instance, the widespread use of drones has rendered most people to lose jobs. Some of these are flight operators, especially on small aircraft realms. The rising rate of plane crashes occasioned in various areas have mostly resulted from this automation. All these are due to plane making errors and reduced frequency of aircraft use (Yilmaz & Atmanli, 2017). Thus, there is a need to determine the desired trade-off between labor-intensive methods, capital-based ones, and this sectoral performance.

    Justification of the study

    Having highlighted the root causes of aviation revenue generation, an analysis of this is desired. First, there is a need to diversify this sector. This can be done through the provision of information on future projections of output generation. Furthermore, labor absorption criteria should be availed such that undesired staff lay-offs are avoided. All this can be done through proper modeling of the various variables affecting this sectoral income generation (Weiszer, Chen & Locatelli, 2015). Such variables include the level of technology, labor absorption, quality of aircraft in use, and the level of government support. A study geared towards analyzing this is thus deemed necessary.


    Weiszer, M., Chen, J., & Locatelli, G. (2015). An integrated optimization approach to airport ground operations to foster sustainability in the aviation sector. Applied Energy, 157, 567-582. Yilmaz, N., & Atmanli, A. (2017). Sustainable alternative fuels in aviation. Energy, 140, 1378-1386.


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