A technical and commercial decision
Too often airlines jump to choosing specific aircraft types, thus putting the cart before the horse. This is an old and traditional way of choosing aircraft which worked before deregulation in fares and markets when yields were high and aircraft were generally smaller. Aircraft selection should not be an emotional decision. For profit-driven airlines, the choice of aircraft must be a balance between technical and commercial interests.
Aviado Partners supports airlines through the process of selecting aircraft and negotiating with manufacturers and lessors. We bring experience from having worked with small and large airlines and with aircraft manufacturers. We have a strong knowledge about the technical capabilities and commercial revenue generating potential of most major aircraft types. Our team members have experience with fleet planning and aircraft selection across more than 5,000 aircraft around the world.
Given the strategic importance of this subject, we do not provide our approach on this website but would be happy to discuss this with airlines. We can also only name experience in generic terms.
Airline Consultant, Strategy, Network planning, Restructuring, M&A, Alliances
• Network Planning & Scheduling
Experience of team members
Long haul fleet options analysis for Qantas Airways
Fleet options analysis for regional Europe and Long haul North Atlantic for SATA Internacional
Specific fleet type selection for top-15 international airline
Aircraft specification for Air Canada
Regional and narrrowbody aircraft selection for Bulgaria Air
Aircraft specification for QantasLink
Fleet selection for fast growing LCC in Europe
For further information, please contact Shakeel Adam.