Airport & Airline It Systems
We have a new project in the field of aviation, with a focus on airport and airline it systems & vendors.
As part of our study, we are looking to better understand the role of it systems in the operation of airports & airlines.
We are looking for someone who can help us gain a general overview of the typical core it systems that are required to operate an airport and/or an airline. We would also like to better understand the main parties & stakeholders who are typically involved in the purchase, operation and maintenance of such systems.
Ideally, we are looking for an it expert in the field of aviation – someone who is currently or formerly employed at a major airport or an airline, in senior it roles. It can also be an external consultant, whose expertise is in the field of aviation it. Also, it can be an executive employed at a large corporate, selling it systems to the aviation industry.
Our research is a global study, with a focus on the us, europe and india.
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according to businessweek:
chet fuller, the former ge aviation executive and u.S. Navy pilot tasked with finding buyers for the new cseries jet, will leave the company to pursue other career opportunities, bombardier said last week. The cseries has collected 182 firm orders, and the company has said it will have booked 300 by september, the tentative date for the airplanes entry into commercial service. The latest purchase came today, when iraqi airways committed to buying five cseries jets with options for 11 more.
The cseries is an audacious gambit by bombardier to muscle into the market for medium-size jets such as boeing's 737 and airbus's 320 families. Those planes have become the workhorses of global airline fleets, with 140 to 190 seats and ranges of around 3,000 miles. The cseries will have seating for 149 people in its larger version. look, airbus and boeing have had this space to themselves for two decades, fuller told bloomberg news in february 2011. You know what? The world deserves choice.
What are your thoughts about the new cseries jet and fullers exit?
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We are working for an investor looking to invest in an aircraft manufacturer that plans to produce turboprop planes.
We want to speak to the following experts:
1. Bombardier (with experience in sales of q-400) and atr (atr range of aircraft) – query will be on how airlines choose turboprops over other regional jets, the total market for regional jets split between turboprops and jet aircraft, what is the toc for both these aircraft?
2. Aircraft leasing companies (i.E. Those who lease turboprops) – how do they decide on which aircraft they are willing to buy? What is the current price for bombardier q400 and atr-42/72, the total market for regional jets split between turboprops and jet aircraft, why did the embraer turboprop fail? Has there been any successful new turboprop aircraft which has been launched (other than bombardier/atr)
3. Spicejet and indigo – involved in purchase/leasing of bombardier q400 and atr-42/72, what is the current price for bombardier q400 and atr-42/72, the total market for regional jets split between turboprops and jet aircraft in india and their view of the udan scheme
would like to have all these interviews done by monday next week.+43 Other Responses