Bauer Aviation Advisory expert base to crack 100-strong mark

04 May 2023 Consultancy-me.com 2 min. read
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In response to growing demand for its expertise, Bauer Aviation Advisory is ramping up the size of its associate network – which is set to crack the 100-strong barrier anytime this summer.

Launched early 2021, Bauer Aviation Advisory operates with a hybrid consulting model. The aviation consulting firm has a core team of around 15 staff, complemented by an on-demand network of around 60 independent aviation experts.

The firm’s vetted associates have all earned their stripes in aviation, with the majority bringing senior know-how in the industry having previously gained an average of 15 years of experience.

Bauer Aviation Advisory expert base to crack 100-strong mark

As the aviation sector rebounds from Covid-19’s unprecedented impact, and flies through a period of rapid change and turbulence, “there is increasing need for specialised knowledge”, said Linus Benjamin Bauer, founder and managing director of Bauer Aviation Advisory.

“The aviation industry has never been more complex, in terms of market dynamics, competition, and more. Meanwhile, new technologies are offering major opportunities to unlock commercial models and drive improvement.”

Serving both industry clients (airports, airlines, regulators) as well as consulting firms (who use Bauer Aviation Advisory’s independent experts to backfill their engagement teams), Bauer said that high demand for its services has led the firm to enlarge its team and pool of vetted talent.

“We’re growing our expert base from 75 to around 125 experts in the coming months,” said Bauer, adding that the base will also cater to the firm’s recent launch in Asia Pacific.

“This expansion will enable us to better serve our clients and partners by providing them with access to an even greater pool of experienced aviation professionals, in areas such as strategy, commercial, operations, finance, regulatory compliance, sustainability, and digital transformation.”