Regional Market Southern Africa & Indian Ocean
Southern Africa and Indian Ocean is an exciting and dynamic area, which is currently experiencing strong economic growth and increased tourism. This leads to a demand for intermodal transport infrastructure solutions to serve the markets and satisfy international investor requirements. Passengers and goods need safe and reliable transport. Establishing a comprehensive civil aviation administration framework is crucial to ensure safe and secure operations and open sky policies. We are experienced in the intricacies of the strategic development and capacity building of airports and airlines in expanding markets.
Iraq and Jordan also lie within my area of responsibility. Both countries require a competitive aviation infrastructure and need to enhance their CAA framework. Modern and reliable airlines are key to keeping pace with the challenging Middle East and European carriers. A strong aviation industry will be able to support the local economy in the future for the benefit of the communities and their people.
Please feel free to contact me at any time to discuss the challenges you are facing in the transport sector.
Come to Amsterdam this November to join more than 350 of the world’s leading airport operators, major investors, financiers, regulators and renowned industry advisors to examine the latest opportunities, challenges and expectations for the airport business in 2023 and beyond.
Lufthansa Consulting is excited to be an Associate Sponsor this year! Meet our Partner Michael Kunz as a panelist at the event as well as our Partner Catrin Drawer and Senior Consultant Sascha Vogel.
The AGM is the major event on AACO calendar which brings together the CEOs of 34 member airlines, in addition to a large number of stakeholders, AACO partner airlines and industry partners, as well as international and local press which are gathered together for two days of networking, brainstorming on industry issues and high-level discussions.
Meet Alexander Manakos, Partner and Head of Market Middle East at this year’s AACO AGM.
The 2022 ACI Africa / World Annual General Assembly, Conference and Exhibition (WAGA 2022) is the most important global gathering of airport leaders. It brings together senior executives of the airport industry from all over the world, and features discussion topics that shape the way in which the aviation industry is quickly evolving.
Enjoy a series of innovative sessions on strategic topics and grasp a wealth of opportunities during this global conference.
Meet Catrin Drawer, Partner and Head of Market Africa and Indian Ocean!
Aviation Strategy 2022 conference, representatives from airlines, airports, travel companies, air cargo providers, IT companies, leasing companies and financial institutions, insurance companies and aircraft manufacturers will discuss the changes taking place in the vast regional passenger and cargo market in Asia and neighboring countries, assess the long-term opportunities and risks, receive up-to-date information on aircraft financing and trends in the leasing market.
We’re excited to be Asia Connect: Aviation Strategy’s partner this year! Meet Partner and Head of Market CIS and Baltic States Stanislav Solomko as a speaker and moderator, as well as permanent representative CIS, Askhat Torshin as a delegate at the conference.
Safety is the key business foundation for every commercial aircraft operator, and data has become a central topic in the context of safety management. Nowadays, a lot of data is available to aviation organizations, and it is essential to manage it properly and efficiently.
There are usually various individual data sources and collections in distinct areas, such as maintenance or flight and ground operations to keep track of safety risks - where analysts might detect rising or falling trends. The challenge is to carefully monitor all indicators, think of preventive measures for possibly rising issues, and minimize operational risks.
With their advanced Safety Excellence solution, Lufthansa Consulting and zeroG offer a new way to combine all those data sources, including from multiple air operators (for a multi-operator group). By restructuring and scaling the data, the solution provides a risk score over time, allowing for the identification of drivers of increased risk.
This new tool includes a series of dashboards and KPIs built on the industry best practices. In addition, it can be configured to address the operator’s current set of KPIs. Its dashboards enable the user to go to the next step towards the transparency of risks and compliance. Customized safety communication to all relevant stakeholders is ensured, from senior management to all involved departments. The key benefit of the in-house developed solution is to automate safety management processes and to offer a continuous overview of the safety performance at a glance. Inserting the operator’s data is an easy step to accomplish, which will provide a good safety overview of an organization.
Further outstanding advantages:
- It can be used as a stand-alone solution, but can also be integrated with/into existing safety tools.
- Ability to be used in different industries, from the airline industry to the aviation operations of the oil and gas industry, given the customization characteristics of the tool.
Assessment of operational areas leads to recommendations to increase efficiency and productivity. Improvements for the organizational structure, and processes and procedures were defined by the consultant team.
Business process reengineering and implementation support results in 24.8 m EUR net EBITDA client benefit and improved customer satisfaction.
Planning guidelines to optimize the utilization of existing facilities of the airport to meet the projected capacity of c.6.2 million annual passengers in 2033. Strategic development of the airport and outline of efficient utilization of airport assets to create space to expand passenger terminal and new air cargo, commercial and heliport area.