Airline Project Management

Starting a new airline or developing a new subsidiary service can be a complex and time consuming process. Aviation Asset Management (AAM) staff and affiliates will work with the owners, regulators, manufacturers and service providers to ensure that the regulatory requirements are met and the project is completed punctually and within budget.

AAM can assist the new operator:

  • Prepare the Entry Into Service (EIS) plan.
  • Prepare the EIS budget
  • Undertake the risk analysis and monitor progress on the risk mitigation plan.
  • Prepare the flight crew and cabin crew training plan.
  • Manage tenders for the provision of training contracts.
  • Manage tenders for the provision of ground handling contracts.
  • Source suitable Maintenance & Repair Organisations (MROs) to conduct the through life maintenance ensuring continued airworthiness of the fleet of aircraft.
  • Prepare for meetings with the regulator.
  • Provide pre-delivery inspection of the aircraft.
  • Take delivery of the fleet.
  • Manage ferry flights to operating bases.
  • Manage training plans.
  • Provide oversight of the start up of operations.
  • Provide ongoing onsite support to monitor the progress of the entry into service schedule of work against the EIS plan.
  • Report to the owners and regulators on progress against the EIS plan.

AAM staff and affiliates will ensure the airline's entry into service meets both the owners' financial expectations and entry into service date.