Regional Market Asia-Pacific
The dynamic Asia-Pacific region is still driving global growth and aviation remains a key factor to economic and social development. Asia-Pacific leads the world traffic growth with a robust increase in passenger travel and a currently recovering air cargo market. These challenging developments and resulting requirements show a demand for solutions from airlines, airports and related organizations in the area and a necessity for detailed planning and appropriate optimization support.
Our assignments and business cover the entire South East Asia region. Please contact us to learn more about our activities in this area and how we can support you as an airline, MRO provider, airport operator or investor with our customized solutions.
The 23rd World Route Development Forum takes place at the Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, Catalonia.
With 300 airlines, 700 airports and 3,000 delegates attending, World Routes provides an unrivalled platform for route development professionals to discuss, develop and plan route strategy. It is the event that unites the route development community by bringing together all kind of experts. Furthermore, new air services will be established there, resulting in other positive catalytic impacts, such as increases in tourism, trade and investment.
Meet Dr. Andreas Kraus, Associate Partner responsible for the European region.
Organised by Sphere Conferences, this inaugural event will be launched in Thailand with the aim grow Indochina to be the next aviation hub in South East Asia. With Thailand leading the way, the rest of the Indochina region – Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Vietnam – have developed long-term plans to develop the respective markets.
As the only civil aviation conference dedicated to the Indochina region, IAC 2017 will convene over 200 attendees from airport operators, regulators, senior level airlines and key stakeholders to strategies, plan and capitalise on this booming aviation market. IAC 2017 will be the platform for these key people to debate and discuss on potential growth plans for Indochina’s airlines and airports as it is poised to enter a major period of progress.
Meet Managing Consultant Georg Baust at the conference.
Aviation and aerospace were declared by the Chinese government as one of ten key industries in the country’s “Made in China 2025” program. Correspondingly, the market is unfolding and increasing its potential with a high demand in know-how expertise. In the light of this background and as part of its market development program, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy initiated the business development journey for German companies with the help of the Chinese Office of the German Chamber of Commerce.
The one week travel early in July included business visits and appointments in Beijing, Shenzhen and Zhuhai. The delegates had the possibility to present their products and services to Chinese airports, suppliers and operators. Moreover, the participants were introduced to specific challenges and regulations concerning the local market and had extensive exchanges with local aviation authorities and experts.
The journey provided a great basis for networking and acceleration of foreign engagement and long term sales potential. Senior Consultant Qian Chen represented Lufthansa Consulting and obtained various insights into the Chinese aviation market. She estimates the trip as a promising start for an intensified Sino-German cooperation with a positive conclusion: “The Chinese aviation market is experiencing a fast development. The country has specific interests in developing the General Aviation sector as well as own capability in aircraft manufacturing. Lufthansa Consulting is keen to help shape the future development and transfer knowledge to the local market”.
The PPP Airport Investments Summit in Mumbai is the only event dedicated exclusively to Public Private Partnerships in the airport sector. Under the patronage of the Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation the conference focus on the financial structure and investment perspectives of Public Private Partnerships. Selected panel speakers will address the challenges of developing, structuring and managing successful partnerships.
Lufthansa Consulting’s Managing Consultant Arvind Chandrasekhar will contribute a speech entitled “Improving passenger experience and operational standards in modern PPP airports”.
Considering an increasing competition in the global aviation industry, it is a key aspect to ensure smart and passenger friendly operations and procedures in order to maintain sustainable profits. The knowledge of customer needs and current market challenges as well as the integration of disruptive technologies are important factors for business success. Therefore, a comprehensive customer experience approach is essential in the procedures of PPP airports.
In today’s constantly changing market environment, the aviation industry is facing diverse challenges such as declining ticket fares, strong susceptibility to political proceedings and increasing competition. These challenges are forcing all industry entities to take corrective action, also in the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) segment.
As costs for aircraft maintenance account for approximately 15% of an airline’s total direct operating costs (DOCs), strategies to maintain these costs at a low level play a vital role in the airline’s financial management. Improving a carrier’s financial situation means, amongst other things, reducing maintenance costs and increasing aircraft utilization.
In this context, Lufthansa Consulting has analyzed the differing needs of premium carriers and low-cost carriers, and has also found a solution that will enable MRO market participants to lower maintenance costs sustainably and at the same time increase their performance efficiency. The aviation experts have developed an integrated approach focused specifically on the airline’s organizational structure, fleet composition and resource management – a proven way to increase an airline’s or MRO service provider’s competitiveness.
Read more in the latest White Paper of Lufthansa Consulting’s Solution Group Maintenance & Engineering.
Performance improvement potentials identified along the service chain at all customer touch-points. Recommendations defined in an implementation plan to achieve sustainable customer satisfaction and enable the airline to meet requirements for joining a large airline alliance.
In preparation for airport privatization our experts analyzed the aviation market to create a clear understanding of air service for both passenger and cargo business. Our consultants defined a robust air service development plan and identified prospective O&D’s including the most beneficial carriers and schedule.
Planning and conceptual design of professional and customer oriented MRO hanger facility for the maintenance of different types of aircraft. Preparation of a specification book including detailed technical, functional and operational requirements for the construction of a hanger which complies with international standards.