Regional Market Africa
Traditionally the most active region for Lufthansa Consulting, Africa remains full of opportunities in the aviation business. Be it the creation of a new airline for passenger and/or cargo traffic, the turnaround of an existing airline, a privatization project, the improvement of an airport, the experts of Lufthansa Consulting can help you. We are recognized for our high quality services and exemplary respect of the highest ethical and professional standards of aviation consulting on the continent. We are active members of many international aviation associations and in particular very active with AFRAA (Aviation Suppliers and Stakeholders Convention - www.afraa.org ).
As responsible for Central, West and North Africa, I am available to meet you at your convenience to discuss any potential project.
The German-African Business Association will host a dinner to highlight and emphasize the growing importance of German- African business relations. The foreign trade association is representing German companies and institutions with an interest in Africa. It is promoting the exchange of German and African political and business interests and opportunities. The event will take place in the historic Mosaic Hall on the premises of Siemens AG in Berlin- Siemensstadt. International guests from the realms of politics and business will gather together with African Ambassadors under the slogan “African Rhapsody”. The dinner provides a unique platform for discussions and dialogue about the successful involvement of German business in Africa.
Meet Bruno Boucher, Associate Partner and Head of the African Market, at the dinner.
It is estimated that 20% of the world’s population will be living in Africa within the next 20 years. The Africa story has meant that consumer demands, expectations, lifestyles and business needs are changing drastically. Africa therefore presents massive potential in terms of economic development, growth opportunities and air travel.
Aviation is and will continue to be the best and most efficient way to connect Africa’s countries – and indeed to the rest of the world. Airlines and airports can profit from the changes, but they need to invest, build & innovate.
The Aviation Festival is here to show the industry how to pioneer in this dynamic market. By bringing global experts and world leading case studies to Africa – airlines, airports and their partners learn how to win new business through the convergence of technology, customer experience and new revenue streams. And now there are more events under the aviation festival banner that will cater to full-service airlines and to airports.
Meet Catrin Drawer, Associate Partner responsible for our business activities in Southern Africa, at this event.
The two- day conference and exhibition Aviation Africa takes place at the Raddison Blu Hotel & Convention Centre in Kigali, Rwanda from 22 -23 February 2017.
It is supported by the Ministry of Infrastructure, Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority and RwandAir and aims to cover all aspects of the aviation industry including MRO, business aviation, defense as well as commercial aviation. Furthermore, it addresses issues raised and attempts to come up with solutions for the future.
Bruno Boucher, Associate Partner and Head of Africa West, Central and North will moderate the panel: "UAV's Risk versus Benefit. How global standards must change for RPAS and how Rwanda is leading the way."
At this year’s Aviation Africa conference Lufthansa Consulting is going to lead the panel session “Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Risk versus Benefit. How global standards must change for RPAS and how Rwanda is leading the way”, represented by its Associate Partner and Head of Market Africa West, Central and North, Bruno Boucher.
The 2nd event in the Aviation Africa series will take place on 22 and 23 February 2017 in Kigali, Rwanda. The two-day conference and exhibition will be focusing on all aspects of the aviation industry including MRO, business aviation, defense and commercial aviation and is supported by the Rwandan Government.
The country’s aviation industry participants will be invited to the event as well as their counterparts across the African continent in order to ensure that aviation related developments grow in Rwanda.
The 5th edition of the Africa Airport Expansion Summit takes place from 20 to 21 February in Kigali, Rwanda. Lufthansa Consulting’s Associate Partner and Head of Africa West, Central and North Bruno Boucher is attending the annually event. He will hold a speech on “Building a state of the art safety and security approach for airports across Africa. Emergency preparedness and lessons learned.”
The event lays its focus on the development of airports across Africa by bringing together government officials, investors, civil aviation authorities and airport management groups with consultants, architects, construction companies, equipment providers and service groups in order to better explore the market and support the project development.
It is the partner event of the Aviation Africa 2017 conference and offers various discussion panels to provide the most valuable insight and opinions to answer questions regarding the ways to develop different aspects of the aviation industry in Africa.
To ensure a professional management of the airports Brazzaville, Pointe-Noire and Ollombo Lufthansa Consulting provided comprehensive support to the Government of the Republic of the Congo to identify a strategic partner for the airport concession
A solid business plan and hands-on implementation support got an airline from the drawing board to the runway in just 1½ years. Applying the expertise in every airline area, finance, commercial and operations, the airline was set up based on European standards. Long-term on-site support enabled the airline to achieve growth and serve both regional and international routes.
Capital and operational expenditure assessment and criteria for a balanced approach to infrastructure upgrade and capacity increase for the development of a financial model of the airport company. Air traffic forecast to derive minimum investment essential to comply with aviation safety and security requirements as well as capacity enhancement to ensure efficiency and service quality.