We are a prominent market research firm and an authorized zintro partner. One of our clients, would like to speak with senior management professionals (business heads, directors, etc.) in cargo, airline operations, loyalty or passenger services in the airline industry. The scope will mainly cover hub and spoke vs point to point models, large network carriers vs lccs, interline and codeshare networks, large providers (eg. Sabre, amadeus) as well as domain focused providers (eg. Ibs software, jepessen) and key business needs and pain points in various product categories.
Ideal professionals would have experience in the following companies and geographies -
- middle east - emirates, qatar, etihad, saudia.
- asia - singapore airlines, thai airways, cathay pacific, malaysia airlines, korean air, japan airlines.
- europe - british airways, air france, turkish, klm, virgin atlantic.+32 Other Responses
I would like to learn more about the regional airline business model. Key areas i am trying to understand better include:
- airplane supply and lease structure, in particular the maintenance reserve structure
- key risk areas to the business model
- relationships with major airlines
- growth opportunities and demand for certain types of planes / seat capacity
- competitive dynamics
- industry trends relating to seat capacity, cpa renewals and contract structures
based on your extensive background, it seems you could have insights on several of the areas outlined above. Please advise if you could do a call on dec. 2 to 5. Earlier in the week is ideal if possible. I look forward to speaking with you.+37 Other Responses
Commercial Aircraft Manufacturing
i just joined an aviation company with its ultimate goal is to manufacture rotary and fixed wing air crafts, it is a newly founded government company and has all the support from the government. As a newly established company we lack the experience, so we are talking to a few major aircraft manufacturers, but we also need independent consultant to help us cross check what they offer. How can you help?
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Aerospace Engine Machining Supply Chain
We are looking for experts from procurement, supply chain, or qa with insight into pratt & whitney’s engine machining supply chain, including an understanding of past and future strategies for single/dual/triple sourcing, low-cost countries and other dynamics, such as p&w’s views on insourcing vs outsourcing. We are interested with an expert who is able to speak to companies such as smaller players like beacon industries, numet and budney industries, and larger players such as mb aerospace and edac. We want to understand some context around the military engine side, as well as commercial engines. Expertise around high-replacement volume “hot section” engine parts for the f110, f100 and/or tf33 engine programs would be excellent.
This would be for a 1 - hour paid phone consult. Please respond with a few brief statements as to your relevance in this space.
1) are you able to speak to pratt & whitney’s engine machining supply chain, including an understanding of past and future strategies for single/dual/triple sourcing, low cost countries and other dynamics?
2) what is your knowledge base around companies such as beacon industries, numet, budney industries, mb aerospace and edac?
3) can you discuss high-replacement volume “hot section” engine parts for f110, f100 and/or tf33 engine programs?
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