Secure your airport the pole position during the recovery phase

When recovering from the Covid-19 standstill, all aviation stakeholders have to adjust to new circumstances, ongoing uncertainty, perceived health risks and respective anti-Covid-19 measures. Touchpoints that are already popular for long queues, such as check-in, security checks or boarding, will be associated with the fear of infection. Therefore, passengers will aim for an increased proximity combined with increased personal distance. At first glance a contradiction, at second glance an exciting challenge. Airports, that succeed beyond the obvious initiatives of increased hygiene and sanitizing measures, will be the ones leaving a lasting impression. 

Joint coordination among the stakeholders leads to quick solutions and prevents the accumulation of passengers or employees. There are a range of issues which need to be addressed on the path to airport recovery such as health measures compliance, process adjustment and infrastructure adaptations, ideally by a team which includes relevant airport stakeholders. Each airport should have the goal to offer a stress-free and health-technical safe route for the passengers while ensuring adherence to the new processes and infrastructure changes, monitored and supported by the E-AOCC.

Experts from our Solution Groups Operations and Handling, Customer Experience and Infrastructure and Logistics share their combined expertise and insights.

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Best of Consulting

For the second time in a row Lufthansa Consulting has been awarded the renowned consultancy prize "Best of Consulting" by the German weekly business news magazine WirtschaftsWoche. The “Excellent” award went to a successful Air Service Development project with Auckland International Airport, the largest airport of New Zealand and the third busiest international airport in Australasia. Lufthansa Consulting and its client Auckland International Airport are incredibly pleased about the award and that the WirtschaftsWoche jury could also be convinced of this successful project. Both look very much forward to their further productive and prosperous cooperation.