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The airline industry worldwide is struggling with forecasting demand. SARS-Cov2 / Covid-19 is highlighting the flaws in the way airlines, airports and consultants worldwide have been forecasting demand. All of them have confirmed that models aren't working. This is be cause all their models rely on historical demand as the basis for their forecasts. Experts throughout the industry have known for a decade that these models are flawed, but they have continued using them. 


Since 2013 Aviado Partners has using a proprietary demand model based on a NOVEL methodology utilising Artificial Intelligence.  Aviado's UNIQUE demand modelling has repeatedly proven to be the clear global market leader, consistently delivering 30-40% more accurate results than other forecasting methodology in the world. And, in 2020, it remains the clear market leader, continuing to provide highly accurate forecasts.

Our team of experts have extensive experience supporting airlines, airports and shareholders through turbulent times and turning around the fortunes of numerous operators. Read more about our network planning. Or contact us.


Each airline consultant on our team understands the challenges faced by any company are often driven by where the company is in its life cycle stage of development. This is why we bundle our solutions in a way that is tailored to looking at things from your perspective. 

(For specialist expert assistance in network planning, revenue management, etc, please see our Aviation Services page.)

The challenges associated with starting an airline are often underestimated. Airlines often fail because they were either ill-conceived, because they were not set up properly or they were established without proper funding, infrastructure, management, holistic business systems, innovative technology, etc. Our approach is to ensure you establish the right business model for the market in which you wish to compete. More...

As with any sector, consolidation amongst airlines occurs in waves and commonly follows market deregulation and economic shocks. While airline consolidation is necessary, too many mergers and acquisitions are poorly structured, often leading to heterogenous systems, incompatible business models, conflicting organizational climates, complex compliance and regulatory frameworks, and excessive costs to maintain interoperability across key business systems. Our team members have experience having worked on more than 80 transformations to help maximise the potential of a transaction. More...

Airlines have become preoccupied with ruthless cost control, but while they continue to drive costs down offset rising fuel costs, they continue to struggle with profitability. This suggests the need for a different way of thinking. With more than 200 years of management experience across all key disciplines, our experts understand where to create value in airlines. More...​

Any manager who has ever found themselves leading a company in distress knows there's no feeling more daunting. Far too often we see restructurings focusing only on part of the problem, or which take months of analysis with 1000s of pages of reports and no action. Our approach to airline restructuring is simple - focus on cash flow. Stabilisation and crisis management are the critical elements to creating an environment in which to allow the business to focus on corrective action. More...

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