Globally, Civil Aviation is a highly complex and safety sensitive process. This capstone project addresses the significant challenges related to human resource planning of Aeronautical Authorities in the Republic of Kosovo. The major challenges for Kosovo are in three main areas. These are (i) sustainable Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) funding, (ii) attracting and remuneration of professional staff, and (iii) retaining skilled, committed, and experienced aviation professionals ... The four main recommendations of this capstone project are: 1. The CAA dedicated revenues should be spent for capacity building and filling key related aviation positions in order to be capable of accomplishing the wide range of required duties in front of being a future growing industry and re-opening Kosovo upper air space. 2. The Civil aviation department within Ministry of Infrastructure should train its personnel in the areas of developing national policies on air transport and carrying out international cooperation in the field of civil aviation sector. 3. The Security Aviation Department within the Ministry of Internal Affairs should staffed with sufficient numbers of employees who will be able to carry out the security aspects of civil aviation. Their remuneration should be satisfactory enough to attract for qualified aviation security personnel. The employees should be trained in order to maintain and enhance accreditation to be a security inspector. 4. The CAA should remain a competitive employer by developing long term HR strategies in order to retain its professional staff for which it has invested continuously on professional development building.
Professional Studies (MS)
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Professional Studies (CMS)
Pacolli, Diana, "Human resource planning in Kosovo aeronautical institutions with the special focus on Civil Aviation Authority CAA / [presentation given February 20, 2013]" (2013). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
American University in Kosovo