People are flying more in Europe. ‘Open Skies’ deregulation, together with more efficient aircraft, has opened up air travel, with low-cost airlines taking the lion’s share of the market.
Leisure now accounts for most of this travel. Demand for this leisure-based air transport will probably grow, but growth in business customers seems less certain, particularly for national airlines.
Safety is still an absolute pre-requisite for everyone involved in air transport. Fail-safe IT and aviation guidance systems are necessities, not luxuries. Even with constant air traffic growth, the number of accidents has not risen significantly. But as society becomes increasingly sensitive to risk, safety considerations, alongside ecological considerations, will loom even larger.
We supply the air transport industry with advice on business models, technological processes and related IT systems. Our international air transport team have extensive experience with airlines, aircraft maintenance companies, airports and air traffic control organisations. We publish market studies for the travel and aviation industry and work alongside IATA on industry specific solutions, with an emphasis on sustainable low-cost models. We’ve helped leading industry players to define their future air traffic management business models, and our long-term vision has influenced many of our clients’ restructuring efforts.
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