The business has never been tougher.
Global air traffic is recovering from the COVID crisis, but the post-COVID world is very
different. Airlines, airports, and policymakers face some fundamental questions:
How can an airline optimise its network and fleet to stay alive and aim for profitability
in this radically different market?
How can an airport tailor its offer to maximise the chances of new air service, or even
to retain as much as possible of its pre-COVID network?
How can a public administration ensure that future air service development
recovery benefits the wider community and aligns with public policy?
And how can industry stakeholders support the development of more environmentally-friendly
We can provide expert advice and guidance, drawing on decades spent helping aviation stakeholders
with strategy, insight, and policy support.
Here are a few of our successful projects in recent years:
Redesign a regional airline's network to deliver 25% better utilisation with more attractive schedules
and no additional crew requirements
Identify a new base for an airline, design the network, and negotiate the best multi-stakeholder
Carry out a detailed analysis of fleet alternatives for a Middle Eastern flag carrier, culminating in a new fleet strategy
Redesign the schedule and set out a turnaround plan for a loss-making Low Cost Carrier
Pitch an underserved airport as a new base for an airline, enabling it to serve a lucrative niche market
Prepare and implement a strategic plan for development of state-owned airport and associated aviation industry cluster
Conduct a detailed feasibility study into Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) production for a national aviation regulator
Model the pan-European air traffic network to estimate the impact of different policy measures on air traffic and emissions