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, Panagiotis Poligenis, Associate Partner responsible for the Asia-Pacific region and Qian Chen, Senior Consultant.
The Myanmar Civil Aviation Development Conference (MCADC) of 2017 will be held at the Sedona Hotel Yangon in Yangon, Myanmar.
The two-day event is the only civil aviation conference endorsed by the Ministry of Transport Myanmar and the Department of Civil Aviation Myanmar. It is a great opportunity to hear first-hand expert advice, case studies and discussions on the opportunities in Myanmar’s aviation industry. It covers topics such as Aircraft leasing and financing, Regulating airport and airlines to support the sustainable development of Myanmar’s aviation sector, as well as Accelerating Myanmar’s key airports development and expansion plans.
Associate Partner and Head of Market Asia-Pacific, Panagiotis Poligenis, will take part in the conference.
The 3rd Annual PPP Investments Summit will take place at the Four Seasons Hotel, Mumbai.
It is the only event dedicated exclusively to Public Private Partnerships (PPP) in the Airports sector. This year, it will be held under the patronage of the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India. In 2017, the summit will host key stakeholders from the Airport PPP ecosystem with the focus on Asia, bringing in also industry leaders from MENA, Europe and South America to share and discuss vital market insights.
The expert panel of speakers will address the challenges of developing, structuring and managing successful Airport PPPs.
The event will be attended by Panagiotis Poligenis, Associate Partner and Head of Market Asia-Pacific, who will also give a speech.
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.
Lufthansa Consulting’s Associate Partner and Head of Market Asia-Pacific, Panagiotis Poligenis, will hold a speech on “Airport Asset Management” at the Airport Development Conference in Delhi.
This year, the annual conference takes place from 30 - 31 January 2017 and is organized by the India Infrastructure Publishing Pvt. Ltd. The event is focused on airports, air transport, aviation and investment issues. Its main aim is to highlight the recent trends and developments in the sector, to discuss the new policy initiatives and examine the way forward.
Furthermore, it is a great opportunity for face-to-face meetings with those driving the future in this business segment. Principal topics, amongst others, are airport construction, air traffic management and air safety, as well as technology used in enhancing passengers experience and airport financing.
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.