Lufthansa Consulting’s Air Service Development (ASD) experts will be present at the World Route Development Forum from 10 – 12 October 2021 in Milan, Italy. Senior Partner Ronald Schulz together with Consultants Luisa Grasshoff and Johann Gies welcome visitors to their exhibition stand P26 and will present their services for airports and the wider aviation industry, tailored to the needs of a post-COVID recovery.
”During and after the crisis, Air Cargo has gained much in importance for passenger carriers. It has become an important factor to consider when convincing airlines of operating a new route. Hence, Lufthansa Consulting now offers an enhanced ASD product including Air Cargo”, says Ronald Schulz.
Air Service Development aims at increasing airports’ and destinations’ connectivity and accessibility to the mutual benefit of airports and operating carriers, as well as to the travelling public. With traffic picking up and pandemic related travel restrictions being eased, the industry has started its recovery journey. More than ever before it is critical for airports to find themselves on carriers’ route maps again. Lufthansa Consulting supports them with its unique ASD product offering the clear benefits of increased connectivity as well as improved aeronautical and non-aeronautical revenue generation.
Lufthansa Consulting, thus, provides airports with experience both in passenger as well as cargo planning and operations, aided by access to various data bases, proven methodology, and deep expertise of the consultants. Its ASD projects help airports to transform their commercial aspirations into clear and compelling Route Studies targeting specific airlines on individual basis. This now covers both, Cargo-ASD for freight carriers, and ASD+Cargo for passenger carriers. “When we look at passenger services, the level of cargo reflection in Route Studies can be individualized as per airport and route-specific requirements,” Schulz says.