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.
Join us at the 27th World Route Development Forum at Las Vegas, Nevada.
By consistently uniting decision-makers from the global route development community, Routes World has made a real impact on the world's air services; over half of the world’s new routes are connected to meetings at the event.
As a destination that is synonymous with business and investing in the future, Las Vegas will be the ideal location to unite aviation decision-makers that will define the world’s air services.
World Routes offers extensive meeting opportunities, exclusive industry insights and first-class networking opportunities. Representatives from the world's leading airlines, airports, and tourism authorities at Routes World come together to network and discuss the current state of the aviation industry and the actions that must be taken to continue to stimulate recovery.
Visit our Lufthansa Consulting exhibition booth to discuss your business potential with our team of experts in Network Management and Air Service Development.
Aviation industry speakers present their current frontline Covid challenges and the business outlook for the year ahead.
Confirmed speakers include: Javed Malik, Group Chief Operations Officer, AirAsia; Vivien Lau, Chief Executive, Jardine Airport Services Group; Yacoob Piperdi, CEO Gateway Services, SATS; Thomas Liput, Managing Director Asia Pacific – Ground Support Equipment & Gate Equipment at JBT Aerotech; and Brendan Sobie, Independent Analyst and Consultant, Sobie Aviation.
The following key topics will be presented and discussed
• Outlook 2022: key aviation market trends to expect in 2022 and the prospects for both pax and cargo in the region
• Rebuilding passenger confidence towards a restart: what measures are operators taking to enhance passenger safety and minimise transmission risks during travel. How do we partner with governments to get travellers back in the air?
• GSE solutions: what short term steps can operators take to keep their equipment in optimum condition during the period of reduced pax volumes? And what role for automation/innovations/pooling in the post pandemic age?
• Cargo: the latest on preighter activity and vaccine delivery through the region. How is the region reacting to the cargo challenge?
• Digitisation: identifying profit enhancing automation and tackling implementation in a low liquidity climate
Michael Kunz, Head of Solution Group Infrastructure and Operations will join the discussion and looks forward to the big debate.
90-minute Asia market update webinar, starting at 1600-1730 SGT/ 0800 GMT/ 0900 CEST on 20 January 2022
As the year is drawing to a close, we would like to thank you for your trust, your cooperation and your great loyalty in 2021. All of us at Lufthansa Consulting look forward to working with you again and supporting you in the coming year.
We send our warmest season's greetings and best wishes for the New Year to you and your family, which we hope will bring you confidence, happiness, success and - most importantly - good health.
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Tune into our Lufthansa Consulting podcast series “Aviation Talk” with insights into a wide range of aviation issues streaming on Spotify, Apple Podcast and Amazon Music
Under the motto "True broadband for the aviation industry" this virtual event will address the main topics digital passenger experience on day one and efficient flight operations on day two.
Lufthansa Consulting experts will share insights from our experience in a wide range of international aviation projects.
How digital is air cargo today? By launching initiatives and programs like ONE Record or eFreight, driven by IATA, air cargo has become more digital in the past decade. The unprecedented amount of shipments and therefore shipment data offers much potential for making air cargo even more digital. Yet, digitalization, especially in the sense of automating data sharing and communication processes, is evaluated as one of the major challenges by the air cargo industry. However, data exchange between stakeholders is a central aspect when attempting to digitalize air cargo processes. Nowadays, bilateral data exchange and interfaces are predominantly used. Even very traditional communication channels, e.g. email or phone calls, are common ways to connect stakeholders. On top of that, logistics in general is driven by high fragmentation due to an uncountable number of diverse stakeholders. These facts, in turn, lead to increased complexity, manual data sharing processes for involved parties and decreased supply chain visibility for air cargo stakeholders and their customers, underlining the room for improvement for the digitalization of air freight. Due to the complexity of the industry set-up, one apparent solution, i.e. open data sharing, does not seem feasible.
Both individually and collaboratively, stakeholders can push digitalization forward. For the former, airlines, airports and ground handling agents can individually review their IT landscape and evaluate the future-readiness with regards to functionalities and interfaces. For air cargo players to become future-ready, the switch of the entire IT landscape to one of the predominant IT providers might not be an optimal solution. Individual requirements and local specifications can potentially be reflected better when approaching the journey towards digitalization step by step and with providers of niche solutions or innovative logistics start-ups. Besides the individual approach, acting jointly with other stakeholders in the air cargo community, offers a great leverage for digitalization. Solving challenging use cases and innovation projects, however, requires efficient collaboration as well as target-oriented steering by one or more stakeholders. Fixing the basics of data sharing, i.e. eliminating hurdles and improving automation of processes, combined with stakeholder collaboration can enable air cargo to achieve the digital breakthrough in the near future. A fully digitized data flow between involved parties and full air cargo supply chain visibility for active and passives users can lead to less manual work, fewer irregularities, faster processes and facilitated market entries for new air cargo players.
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Sebastian Kaiser – Consultant in the Solution Group Customer Experience
Dominique Bayer – Consultant in the Solution Group Infrastructure & Operations
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.
Planning and conceptual design of professional and customer oriented MRO hangar 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 hangar which complies with international standards.