ACA has brought together a team of highly successful executives skilled in different disciplines who have
worked for firms across the aerospace and aviation sector, from airlines and airports to manufacturers
and financial firms. This gives ACA deep insight and understanding, often based on direct hands-on
experience of senior managers, in most sectors of commercial aerospace and aviation.
Click on a specific area of interest to explore the expertise that ACA has to offer to different sectors.
ACA's senior professionals have extensive experience helping airports plan for the future,
including ground handling strategies, audits and reviews, safety and security requirements, and
demand forecasts that take into account airline alliances, congestion, and changing passenger
travel patterns. The firm's professionals have advised interested parties on airport privatizations
in both the developed world and in emerging markets.
Recommended minimum service standards for licensing ground handling and terminal
service providers at one of the busiest airport in the U.S.
Conducted two-phase study for the Ministry of Transport and the flag carrier of a
European nation on the airside and the landside capacities of a new international airport.
Analyzed financing options for modernization of the international terminal at a major
Determined the operating impact on a European flag carrier of proposed new noise rules
at a European airport.
Assessed the improvements (ground handling, fueling, fire and rescue, air traffic control,
runway, taxiway and apron conditions, and passenger handling) required at an airport in
Kazakhstan to allow year-round operations to ICAO safety standards.
Benchmarked the operations of a secondary airport for a major U.S. city.
Developed a forecast of cargo, passengers, and aircraft movements at a primary airport
for an African nation.