Regional Market Russia

About Lufthansa Consulting Russia

The Russian Federation stands out as a high-growth region for the aviation industry even among the BRIC countries with promising opportunities and challenges for all stakeholders. Lufthansa Consulting clients include airlines, airports and aviation authorities as well as related industries such as ground handling companies, cargo terminal operators, aircraft manufacturers and financial institutions. Our experts, including Russian speakers, are ready to assist you and find solutions to match your aviation business needs. Our clients range from global network airlines to medium size and small regional carriers, large aviation hubs and small regional airports. We look forward to working with you.

Latest Activities

  • 16 - 18 Jun 2016 , St. Petersburg, Russia

    SPIEF 2016 - St. Petersburg International Economic Forum

    The St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) is an annual event focusing on economic and business related aspects. Since 2006 it is held under the auspices of Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation. The 20th conference will be held from 16 to 18 June 2016 and takes place at the ExpoForum Convention and Exhibition Center in St. Petersburg.
    Every year more than 10,000 Russian and international business leaders, government representatives (BRICS, SCO and CIS), the media, civil society and many more attend SPIEF to discuss economic issues facing Russia as well as emerging markets. The participants have the unique opportunity to network at cafés, lounges and bilateral meeting rooms to build new relationships, discuss with stakeholders and learn more about trends and technologies affecting Russia and the world.

    Meet Stanislav Solomko, Associate Partner responsible for Russia, CIS and the Baltic States, at this prestigious event. 

  • Exploiting the potential of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

    The commercial UAV market is booming and the civil use of UAV is expected to increase continually.

    Lufthansa Consulting invited business partners and clients to take part in a workshop to explore the potential of UAV’s in various industries. The introduction of UAV technologies opens up a range of questions such as: which operating model is required to comply with safety and regulatory standards, what type of UAV model and add-ons are most suitable for certain businesses, how can new data be integrated and applied with the existing data warehouse, etc. 

    The aviation consultants presented the important strategic, financial and administrative aspects which need to be considered in the use of UAV’s and explained how Lufthansa Consulting can provide support. 

    Today UAV technologies deployed in different industries provide greater profit for business. Introduction of UAV operations offers the chance to significantly save operating costs and assets downtime, access difficult and dangerous areas, provide real time imaging and high-quality data and reduce humans and financial risks.

    Currently companies in a variety of industries operate UAVs to monitor and inspect bridges, tunnels, barriers (e.g. dams, rock falls), silos, tanks, cisterns, chimneys, towers, power plants, aerial tramway/ropeways, theme park infrastructure, inside warehouses & RFID logistics. UAVs are also being used for area scanning and landscape mapping of production facilities, monitoring employees’ safety, etc. 

    Following the master class “UAV: How drones will change your business” held by our Associate Partner, Bruno Boucher, in Rwanda, the event in Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan gave our business partners in the CIS region the opportunity to learn about and discuss the possibilities of using UAV’s for their businesses. 

    If you would like more information please contact us: mail@LHConsulting.com

  • 30 May 2016 , Astana, Republic of Kazakhstan

    Exploiting the potential of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

    At present, commercial UAV market is booming and the civil use of UAV is expected to increasingly continue.

    Today UAV technologies deployed in different industries provide greater profit for business. Introduction of UAV operations offers chance to significantly save operating costs and assets downtime, access difficult and dangerous areas, provide real time imaging and high-quality data, reduce risks for humans, financials.

    Thus, nowadays various companies operate UAV in such industries as bridges, tunnels, barriers (e.g. dams, rock falls) monitoring and inspection, silo, tank, bulk, cistern inspection, chimney, tower, power plant inspection, aerial tramway/ ropeway inspection, theme park infrastructure inspection, inside warehouse inspection & RFID logistics, area scanning and landscape mapping of production facilities, monitoring employees safety, etc.

    In addition, the introduction of UAV technologies set questions to be answered: which operating model is required to comply with safety and regulatory standards, what type of UAV model and add-ons are most suitable for our business, how to integrate and apply captured data into existing data ware house, etc.

    Lufthansa Consulting is holding a workshop to present the potential of UAVs “Exploiting the potential of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles”

  • 14 - 15 Apr 2016 , Moscow, Russia

    InvestRus - Securing Investment Growth in Russia

    The International Conference on Securing Investment Growth in Russia will take place in the Four Seasons Hotel Moscow on 14 – 15 April 2016.

    The key issues which will be discussed in the InvestRus conference are opportunities for attracting foreign investors to Russian projects, mechanisms for protecting investments and ensuring returns, opportunities for mobilization and optimization as well as stimuli to encourage business owners and entrepreneurs to implement new investment projects.

    This event attracts participants from numerous countries and provides the opportunity to fulfill strategic objectives in the field of investments.

    Stanislav Solomko, Associate Partner responsible for Russia, CIS and the Baltic States will attend the conference.

  • Process orientation enhances efficiency and profit

    “The big drop has given airlines more financial firepower”, Ryanair’s Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs recently said. How true – and precisely because airlines currently have a cost-friendly environment with the lowest fuel prices for more than a decade, they would be well advised to take advantage of this fact to continuously work on improving their efficiency. It is well-known that aviation companies are under constant pressure to achieve and ensure sustainable profits.

    Now is the best time to prepare for the future, by securing profit margins or initiating restructuring measures. Liquidity is at a healthy level and cash flows present the opportunity to finance necessary investments.

    Long-term profitability means overcoming inefficiencies often found in and between areas within a company that has grown over the years. Efficient processes are the basics for a lean structure and prerequisites to reducing costs in all areas of the organization. 

    Supporting clients in achieving this goal, Lufthansa Consulting offers a comprehensive holistic approach to introduce process orientation in organizations: the basic idea is to focus on value-adding activities as well integrated processing and handling. The involvement of the client’s own experts in co-operation with specialists from Lufthansa Consulting ensures state-of-the-art and realistic process re-design, thus leading to smooth implementation and tangible results at the venture itself.

    Lufthansa Consulting has successfully applied this approach in many aviation companies around the world, aiming towards increased competitiveness.

    If you would like to discuss how Lufthansa Consulting can help your business, please contact our experts

Projects

Master plan development

International airport in Russia

New greenfield airport in strategic location in Russia is designed by Lufthansa Consulting to function as a hub with two runways and a capacity of over 15 million passengers. The concept provides revenue enhancements and investment opportunities.

EASA Part-145 conformity assistance

Airline in Russian Federation

Processes and procedures were improved to conform with EASA requirements, particularly in material related activities. The airline achieved the first steps towards compliance both as an organization and as a maintenance organization.

Aeroflot gears up for operational excellence

Aeroflot

Optimum performance on the ground and in the air – not wishful thinking, but day- to-day reality in one of the most challenging environments.


Clients