top of page
NYT3 sq.png

29 Aug 2014

Aviado Partners contributes to New York Times article "Malaysia Airlines to Cut Work Force and Get Almost $2 Billion Bailout"

Aviado-Partners Consulting GmbH, a leading international transport-sector consulting firm and a regular contributor to the New York Times comments on the current challenges facing Malaysia Airlines.

The article titled "Malaysia Airlines to Cut Work Force and Get Almost $2 Billion Bailout" reviews the specific challenges facing Air France before and after this strike.

Aviado Partners' Managing Partner Shakeel Adam is quoted in this feature article discussing the opportunities available to Malaysia Airlines to set it on a strong track to a sustainable future.

Excerpts from the New York Times' article
“Now there may be a renewed opportunity to work together... to ensure that the airline survives,” Mr. Adam said.

“When I hear people talking about a rebranding already, it means they don’t yet understand the nature of restructuring,” he said. “It’s not about changing colors and painting over the wounds.”

For the full article, refer to The New York Times website.

About Aviado-Partners Consulting GmbH

Aviado-Partners Consulting GmbH is a specialist management consulting firm providing objective, independent and evidence-based analysis, advice and implementation support to airlines, airports, rail operators, hotels and other transportation related companies around the world. The firm advises management, boards, investors, governments, leasing companies and other stakeholders across all the key commercial and strategy issues. Aviado Partners' team members and associates have worked with leading international full service and low cost airlines, global consulting firms, financial institutions and manufacturers both as members of senior management as well as an airline consultant. The Partners and Associates have led or had significant involvement in numerous merger, acquisition, restructuring, start-up, aircraft selection and performance improvement assignments in Asia, the United States, Canada, South America, Russia & the CIS, Africa and the Middle East.

For media inquiries, please send an email to

About the Client

bottom of page