Department of Transport Services

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About the Program


It is seen that the development of the civil aviation sector, which gained international importance in recent years, has gained momentum in our country. Sectoral development of civil aviation have made significant progress in terms of airlines, increasing the number of passengers and flight destinations. This development in the sector increases the need for intermediate staff with high operational qualities in an increasingly competitive environment. The aim of the Civil Aviation and Cabin Services Program is to train staff who are prone to teamwork, have working discipline, and are solution oriented in customer relations and have effective communication skills to meet the increasing personnel needs in the civil aviation sector.


Students in this department are obliged to do 30 days internship in enterprises operating in civil aviation sector. The language of instruction is Turkish.


Job and Career Opportunities


Our graduates can work in the General Directorates of Airline Companies, Airline Companies carrying Domestic and International Passengers, Foreign Airline Companies, and all kinds of companies and companies related to Civil Aviation. 


According to Higher Education Institutions Examination (YKS) Guide See. 49, the conditions required for registration of students who are admitted to the Civil Aviation Cabin Services Associate Program:


1) No criminal record or Judicial Record Archive Record.

2) For women to have a height between 160 cm and 180 cm ( to have a weight which is max 5 kilograms more or max 15 kilograms less of the last two digits of the value expressed in centimetres.)

3) For men to have a height between 170-190 cm ( to have a weight which is max 5 kilograms more or max 15 kilograms less of the last two digits of the value expressed in centimetres.)

4) Health status to be available for flight (Medical institutions authorized by the General Directorate of Civil Aviation should receive reports that their health status is suitable for flight.

5) Not to have tattoos, scars, etc. on visible body parts when the cabin crew uniform is worn.


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  • Travel Management and Tourism Guidance
  • Tourism and Hotel Management
  • Transportation and Logistics
  • Transportation and Logistics Management
  • International Logistics
  • Tourism management