AirValue is specialized in financial consulting, market analysis, feasibility studies, route analysis business plan and valuations.
We provide our services for a variety of organizations from the aviation industry: airports, airlines, service providers and civil aviation authorities, helping our clients to fund their investment plans.
MARKET FEASIBILITY STUDY
We conduct an analysis of the existing and potential market for aviation organizations: airlines, airports and others. This includes assessing market demographics and its composition.
For airlines, we examine alternative markets, including fleet selection and route network structure; determining the optimum model for the airline, based on capital availability, risk analysis, traffic forecasts and estimated returns and costs.
This study will incorporate pricing and distribution:
• Route Analysis/ Airport Connectivity
• Route Profitability
• Route Operating Cost
• Route Portfolio Optimization
BUSINESS PLAN CONSULTING
We develop business plans for startup airlines and in some cases, to support aircraft financing or leasing; but a rule of thumb is to never develop a business plan until a feasibility study has been done.
We support aviation organizations to cover their financial needs. Activities we develop to fulfill our client’s requirements are:
• Financial planning
• Identification of sources of financing
• Preparing documentation required by banks or private investors
• Negotiations with banks and other sources of financing
Airports are driven to continually improve their efficiency and to provide according to market changes. The air transport industry is constantly changing and airports require to assess business opportunities, accurately identifying customer needs.
We support airports in these areas:
• Market research
• Benchmarking studies
• Trend assessment
• Traffic forecasting.
• Business planning
• Commercial revenue development
• Cost allocation
• Rates structure
• Airport marketing strategy & planning
We prepare aviation companies valuations for investors.
When a business is going on the road, its stocks value depends on its ability to generate cash flow. The objective of valuation is to know the company today’s value, and logically, the money that investors are willing to pay for the company shares depends on the return rate.