Peter Baumgartner, former chief govt of Etihad Airways, will join PA Consulting’s specialist aviation staff.
The device includes the 2017 acquisition, Nyras.
Baumgartner has had a prolific vocation to day and joins PA from Etihad Aviation Team.
He will join as a senior advisor and establish PA’s Aviation Advisory Board – a non-govt team of senior aviation experts.
The board will help condition the strategy of PA’s escalating aviation business and aid the ongoing shipping of the finest service to its aviation customers and the broader sector.
Richard Davey, worldwide head of aviation at PA Consulting, said, “I have worked with Peter for above 20 several years, and have the best respect for his achievements in the sector.
“I am particularly happy to be capable to carry on to perform with him as he moves on from Etihad Aviation Team.
“He will offer the sector insights and views to consider our business to its following phase of improvement.”
PA’s aviation business provides consulting assistance to the worldwide aviation sector with a concentration on transactions and investments, competitive strategy, business performance, sustainability, and the software of technologies from a potent sector standpoint. Its
Its diverse staff of aviation specialists combines actual sector knowledge with a legacy in innovation, guaranteeing PA develops and provides ingenious alternatives for its customers, that include airlines, airports, aviation service businesses, traders and governments.
Baumgartner extra: “Throughout my vocation, it was difficult not to change to Richard and his staff in times when excellent subject matter make any difference know-how was required.
“I very worth their innovation and potential to contribute to productive outcomes.
“It’s with fantastic delight that I will now perform with Richard and his escalating staff of aviation specialists at PA.
“I look ahead to assisting even further create their understanding of the advanced demands of their aviation customers and am keen to carry on to make an effects in the aviation sector.”