Aircraft Operator / Airline

Environmental targets

Significant amounts of greenhouse gas and noise emissions are tied to air traffic. Optimized use of modern airspace and procedure design techniques can airlines, working with Air Traffic Management and government stakeholders, to reduce emissions and progress down the path to meeting objectives.


UAVs (drones) are appearing everywhere. Aircraft operators need to understand their nature and associated issues to properly determine how to co-exist with these new airspace users.

Transportation Policy – Evolving in the modern environment

Civil Aviation Authorities meeting ICAO commitments to implement the provisions of the Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP) and its Aviation System Block Upgrades (ASBUs). This requires an understanding of the complex relationships between national policy objectives, the operational objectives and the means to enable them through designs, procedures and technologies.

Aircraft operators, especially airlines, can be significantly affected by unharmonized approaches and mandates. We can help you to engage with your authorities to plan and implement harmonized cost effective solutions

Operational Efficiencies

Almost 40% of aircraft operator costs are tied to fuel and operating. Many operators do not interact with their service providers and do not quite know what they should expect.

We can help you work with your legislators, CAAs, ANSPs and airport authorities to obtain cost effective operational conditions.



© 2017 Joel Morin