With teams that include former airline and airport executives, maintenance and operations experts, financial analysts, and other aviation leaders, our on-the-ground experience makes us trusted advisors and doers across the global aviation industry. Through an independent, objective lens, we have advised thousands of aviation clients in some of the field’s most complex projects.
ICF’s fleet and maintenance forecasting model – widely accepted as the industry-standard – and extensive cross-company database of more than 44 million spare parts transactions—empower confident, data-supported decisions at airlines and major airports in nearly 40 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and emerging regions.
When an investor needed help assembling the world’s largest aircraft leasing transaction, ICF provided the independent analysis. When an international airport set a goal of doubling capacity, ICF helped achieve it. When a premium Asian airline wanted to speed up its aircraft turn times and improve on-time performance, ICF led the effort. Our understanding of the industry as a whole informs our financial analysis, support, and the management of more than $1 billion in aviation assets for corporations, airlines, governments and investors.
Whether helping airlines and airports reinvent how they engage with customers, implementing our proprietary NetWorks® software to assess the impact of schedule changes on profitability, or working on the industry’s most important transactions, ICF has a deep understanding of the forces that can impact our clients’ success in an era of unprecedented change.
ICF delivers comprehensive aircraft management support to clients in all areas of the aviation industry who need to maintain, manage, repossess, or remarket aircraft assets and maximize returns.
ICF supports all areas of an airline’s business with management consulting and business transformation services for commercial airlines, private equity investors, and multilateral organizations worldwide.
ICF helps airport clients strategically navigate today's operational challenges, comply with environmental requirements related to climate change, and position themselves in a competitive landscape.
ICF's maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) solutions help companies in air transport, military, and business aviation make sound decisions related to MRO strategy, financial investments, and operational improvements.
ICF guides manufacturers, integrators, suppliers, governments, and the financial community through every step of the aerospace supply chain to sound strategy, production, and resource allocation decisions.
Laetitia Achille joined ICF in 2004 and currently leads ICF’s aircraft practice. She brings experience in aircraft and engine leasing, cash flow forecasting, and aircraft assessment and analytics. Managements, investors, and lenders rely on her in-depth industry knowledge of the aircraft, engine, and leasing sectors for a variety of purposes including strategic planning and financing.
Jonathan Berger brings over 25 years of aviation industry experience to his client engagements and leads ICF’s maintenance and MRO related engagements. His areas of expertise include operations, supply chain management & strategic sourcing, technology integration, and MRO sales and marketing. Mr. Berger is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology.
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Martin Harrison joined ICF in 2012. His expertise primarily lies in airline restructuring, network operations, maintenance, and crew resource planning. Martin’s 31-year career in aviation includes executive operational positions at Spirit Airlines and easyJet Airlines, chief operating officer at Pluna Airlines, and hands-on maintenance and then engineering roles at British Airways.View in LinkedIn
Kata Cserep joined ICF in 2005. Ms. Cserep currently leads ICF’s airports practice. She brings experience in airport strategy, traffic forecasting, and network planning. With a background as an economist, she offers valuable expertise in the strategic aspects of airport development, including the interplay between policy, business planning, and economic development.