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ISSN : 2233-4165(Print)
ISSN : 2233-5382(Online)
Journal of Industrial Distribution & Business Vol.9 No.6 pp.37-47
DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.13106/ijidb.2018.vol9.no6.37.

A Study on the Revitalization Method of National Carrier(Low cost carrier) Safety Management System

Kyung-Chang Min*, Ho-Won Hwang**
* First Author, Graduate School at Korea Aerospace University of Seoul, Korea. E-mail: kcmin@korea.kr
** Corresponding Author, Professor, Air & Space Law Department, Korea Aerospace University, Seoul, Korea. Tel: +82-2-300-0345, E-mail: howonhwang@kau.ac.kr
April 23, 2018 April 30, 2018 June 15, 2018

Abstract

Purpose - In this study, the safety related tasks for low cost carriers’ were examined and measures to improve them were suggested. As the air demand increases rapidly, number of passenger has mushroomed in Korea and in order to keep with the demand low cost carriers have played a role. However, low cost carriers’ safety related tasks are not reliable level so far. Thus, in this study, the low cost carriers’ current situations in terms of safety are investigated, especially regarding how well the ICAO’s new safety policies are applied.
Research design, data, and methodology - The results of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transportation’ investigation are introduced and field study results are analysed. Current status of retaining experts, staffs, administrators in terms of aviation safety tasks of low cost carriers is compared to those of major airliner and low cost carriers’ aviation safety culture is also analyzed by examining the systems and questioning staffs. Especially the culture regarding aviation safety is very important because the culture surrounding the safety tasks plays a major role in every respect of conducting the tasks.
Results – Overall the current status of low cost carriers’ aviation safety tasks is below standard. Especially retaining experts and staffs is basically below the required level. Also, system and organization to conduct safety tasks are not satisfactory. In particular, aviation safety culture is not settled to operate appropriately.
Conclusions - The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and member states are continuing to launch new safety policies in response to the surging demand for air travel worldwide. The most urgent and important issue among the various safety policies is to reduce air accidents. In order to reduce the number of accidents, ICAO decided to reduce the number of accidents by using the Reactive Safety Management. ICAO has to ensure that each member country can implement proactive safety management for aviation safety. A safety management system (Safety Management System) is a system in which each member state implements a fulfillment standard. The current situation and problems of the safety management system for each airline are suggested and proposed for improvements.

JEL classifications: L14, L53, R42.

저비용항공사 체계적 안전관리 활동을 통한 경영활성화 방안에 대한 연구

민경창*, 황호원**
* First Author, Graduate School at Korea Aerospace University of Seoul, Korea. E-mail: kcmin@korea.kr
** Corresponding Author, Professor, Air & Space Law Department, Korea Aerospace University, Seoul, Korea. Tel: +82-2-300-0345, E-mail: howonhwang@kau.ac.kr

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