Aviation Economics provides economic, strategic and financial consultancy services to the world’s aviation companies - airlines, airports, manufacturers and government agencies. Founded in 1997 and based in the City of London, Aviation Economics links the aviation sector to the financial community, counting among its clients, investment banks, private equity, venture capital and leasing companies. Aviation Economics is committed to precise quantitative analysis and clear, jargon-free qualitative analysis.
The Aviation Strategy newsletter is published ten times a year (Jan/Feb and Jul/Aug are combined issues). Our editorial policy is to analyse and cover contemporary aviation issues and airline strategies in a clear, original and objective manner. Aviation Strategy does not shy away from critical analysis, and takes a global perspective – with balanced coverage of the European, American and Asian markets.
Selected percipient articles from Aviation Strategy are highlighted and available to view online. Following the main editorial policy of the newsletter only those with insight, erudition, original thought, and those perceived to add to the collective understanding of the Aviation Industry will be displayed.
The Aviation Industry is redolent with data. Not all of it is in one place. Aviation Economics maintains a database of information gleaned from various sources for its own uses and presents a unique interactive compilation of data from industry and company sources.