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Martin Harrison
Airlines, Aerospace and MRO Practice Lead

Martin Harrison joined ICF in 2012. Mr. Harrison has more than 31 years of experience in the aviation industry. His expertise primarily lies in airline restructuring, network operations, maintenance, and crew resource planning.

Having held executive operational positions at Spirit Airlines in the United States and easyJet Airlines in Europe, he offers a deep understanding of the low-cost carrier business model as well as of regional and network operations. Prior to joining ICF, Martin was the chief operating officer at Pluna Airlines in Uruguay, working on a restructuring program for the South American carrier, which was under public/private ownership. Martin started his career at British Airways in hands-on maintenance and then engineering roles before moving on to Total Engine Support Ltd in the United Kingdom, providing consultancy services that were focused on engine asset management, fleet management, and off-wing overhaul control.

Mr. Harrison is a Registered Chartered Engineer, CEng, and a member of the Royal Aeronautical Society.

Mr. Harrison has a Global Executive M.B.A. from IESE University in Spain and an M.Sc. with Commendation in Aerospace Design, Manufacture and Management from Bristol University UK.

Articles by Martin Harrison
The World Is Running Out of Trained Pilots. The airline pilot shortage explained.
Resources by Martin Harrison
White Papers
Gain a Competitive Edge
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Lean Six Sigma Process in Aviation Operations
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Lean Six Sigma
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Aviation Game Changer: New Technology Aircraft