Air carriers, whether operating scheduled or charter flights, are subject to increasingly strict regulatory constraints. They face continually-evolving competition and difficult operating conditions: chronic labor shortages, changing climate conditions, deteriorating airport infrastructure, etc.
Our experts help air carriers optimize their operations and implement changes that keep them accustomed to their environments at all times.
Airport and aerodrome managers, whether private, municipal or government-owned, are facing increasingly restrictive regulatory and budgetary constraints. In northern regions, the impacts of climate change, the lack of qualified resources and the limited availability of airport equipment pose additional operational problems. In urban areas, airport activities are sometimes a source of tension with local residents.
Our experts advise airport and aerodrome managers in the process of regulatory compliance for facilities and operations. They can equally assist with any development project (identifying new markets, strategic planning, technical studies, fund seeking, etc.) and take charge of mobilizing the key players.
Mining companies operating in Northern Canada frequently rely on air transport to carry workers (fly-in / fly-out), move materials, and perform medical evacuations.
Our experts work with this clientele to meet specific needs by evaluating best-case economic options for air operations (aircraft purchase, charter contract, commercial flights), call for tenders, contractual negotiations with carriers and operations management (setting up reservation centers, dispatching flights, and managing operations in private airports).