Hands-on, real-world experience
The Interavia team offers hands-on, real-world experience of airline commercial management, encompassing scheduled and charter passenger and cargo operations, IATA and non-IATA, major flag carrier and low-cost carrier.
Case Study: Interavia was retained by a major global oil company to assist with the transition of a Fokker F27 fleet serving the Oman desert oilfields to the ATR42, including contractor pre-qualification to the oil company's defined written standards and extensive cost-benchmarking. Subsequently, Interavia was retained to assist in the later upgrade to Boeing 737NG equipment. All new aircraft types successfully introduced.
Case Study: Interavia was retained by the UHNWI owner of a biz-airliner to oversee a heavy major maintenance inspection of his aircraft, evaluating work quality and content while ensuring fair billing throughout. With man-hours and all other costs strictly controlled, project savings of several hundred thousand US Dollars were evidenced.
Case Study: Interavia was retained by a Middle East corporate jet owner to oversee an extensive cabin refurbishment project, later extended to include stripping & repainting, an improved cabin communications system and a FANS upgrade. The arrangement led to comprehensive restructuring of and more favourable support agreements with the airframe and avionics manufacturers, and other non-expected and financially superior benefits for the owner amounting to a significant seven-figure sum. Subsequently retained to audit management company, issue RFPs for and oversee major check, review alternative and negotiate detailed enhanced support programmes.
Flight operations expertise covers initial licensing, safety and technical management for scheduled and regional airlines, corporate jet and helicopter operations.
The team has the necessary experience, history and qualifications to establish and work professionally and expeditiously with multiple authorities, including, among others, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).