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Building a stable economy and infrastructures is vital to recovery

The main priority following any crisis is to establish safety and the necessities for everyday life for the population. In order to speed up the economic development of any country, especially after a long conflict, the following areas need to be addressed: energy, water and transportation availability. Those factors are necessary to enable the existence and development of a sustainable economy and will contribute to an increase in wealth and safety through the different communities. Their unavailability is seen as a barrier to the implementation of a recovery plan. Statistically, every additional aircraft leads to 60-80 new employees. 

“Lufthansa Consulting can play a major role in the transportation dimension by helping define, plan and implement policies and sound investments for multi-modal airport infrastructures and viable, safe airlines and civil aviation” said Dr. Andreas Jahnke, Managing Director of Lufthansa Consulting during a recent high level international decision makers’ meeting highlighting the importance of the transportation sector in the recovery process.

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Award

Best of Consulting

Lufthansa Consulting has been awarded the coveted consultancy prize "Best of Consulting 2018" by the German weekly business news magazine WirtschaftsWoche. The aviation consultants took part in this competition for the first time and achieved their goal straight away with first place in the category “Competitive Strategy”. The award went to a project which was successfully completed with Czech Airlines (CSA), the national airline of the Czech Republic. Lufthansa Consulting and CSA jointly developed an ancillary revenue strategy and a branded fares concept. The implementation of the overall project resulted in a significant increase in ancillary revenues and thus in a positive operating profit for Czech Airlines.