Bauer Aviation Advisory launches new office in Riyadh

10 October 2023 Consultancy-me.com 2 min. read
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Industry-focused Bauer Aviation Advisory has launched an office in Riyadh, ramping up its presence in Saudi Arabia as the firm prepares for strong demand from players in the aviation landscape.

Since its inception in 2020, Bauer Aviation Advisory has been serving the Saudi market from its base in Dubai. But with major investments and transformation to unfold in the Saudi Arabian aviation sector in the coming years, founder and managing partner Linus Benjamin Bauer said the time was right to establish an on the ground presence.

“This strategic move enables us to better cater to our partners and clients in the Kingdom, fortifying our position as a regional frontrunner in the aviation consulting sector,” Bauer said.

Bauer Aviation Advisory launches new office in Riyadh

Bauer Aviation Advisory operates with a blended consulting model. The firm has a core team of consultants, with its services complemented by a network of 100+ independent experts. The network comprises senior industry members, who bring an extensive career at airlines, airports and other industry players to the table.

“The Saudi Arabian aviation sector has witnessed significant transformation and investment over the past few years, especially with the country's Vision 2030 initiative. Meanwhile, the forthcoming entry into the BRICS alliance will open up several opportunities across the sector,” said Bauer.

“Our team in Riyadh will further support and drive this growth by partnering with local stakeholders to ensure they stay at the forefront of industry advancements.”

Mirroring its offering the UAE market, Bauer Aviation Advisory will work directly with clients under its own flag, and provide talent to management consulting firms as part of their work with their clients. “Our clients from both the aviation industry and consulting expressed their wish for us to build a stronger presence in the Kingdom.”

In February this year, Bauer Aviation Advisory expanded its presence into Asia. Bauer said the company is en route to growing its network of experts to 125 people by the end of the year.