ICF helps airline management and investors adapt to airline industry trends such as consolidation, the rise of low-cost carriers, and the growth of emerging markets in order to generate revenue and control costs. Our management consulting capabilities further include:
For clients launching aviation ventures, ICF tests and evaluates markets, conducts feasibility studies and due diligence, and helps develop business plans. In the crucial area of network and fleet planning, ICF helps airlines optimize routes, schedules, and hub operations.
Members of our multidisciplinary management consulting team come from leadership positions in the aviation industry in the areas of commercial and financial planning, revenue management, program management, sales and leasing, and marketing. ICF's business transformation services address all areas of an airline's business, including:
Our proprietary NETWORKS planning and simulation model enables airlines to evaluate various scenarios without investing in an in-house analysis system.
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