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IBA was established in 1988 to provide independent expert business analysis and advice to the aviation industry. IBA advises commercial and business aviation clients, aircraft or engine manufacturers and operators. Services include asset valuations, technical and engine management, consulting and commercial services, industry and sector research and analysis.

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Advising 100% of major aircraft and engine OEMs

Years of proprietary valuations and maintenance data

Advising the top 100 banks, lessors and airlines

Aircraft under fully serviced management contracts

Founded in 1988, today IBA advises a broad mix of operators, lessors, manufacturers, government agencies and lawyers. As the aviation adviser market matures, we have developed an unparalleled range of linked services that enable us to provide the best advice about every aspect of aviation assets: investment, finance, valuations, management, operations and maintenance of aviation assets.

The only one stop shop for technical, consulting and data for aircraft

Active on all continents

Our Clients Include

BOEING GE ROLLS-ROYCE INVESTEC MITSUBISHI BOHAI LEASING US EX-IM BANK BRITISH AIRWAYS

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This week’s Newswatch

So the votes are in and the UK has voted to leave the EU.

 

Short term implications looks significant with some financial market turmoil and political ramifications.
In aviation terms I cannot think of one airline CEO in the UK who thought Brexit would be positive. So what will be the issues for our sector?

 

Some businesses with foresight took contingency measures over possible Brexit, such as recently opening a Dublin office.

 

The Economist has an excellent summary of what happens next, and the FT has flagged a profit warning from IAG as airline shares were hit by brexit trading.

Further ramifications are likely as sterling falls  – more expensive travel for UK tourists (not good for aviation) but a cheaper cost of UK services for others (good for aviation)
Aviation is of course a global business – most “shocks” when put into context are just that – short term blips from SARS, 9/11, GFC create an immediate fall but the market bounces back.

In other news, IBA discusses the pros and cons of outsourced aircraft management in the latest Airline Economics and highlights the key steps to take when concern for the lessee’s operational well-being increases.

Click here, or on the image above, to access the article

 

Aircraft Leasing Challenges

In the latest issues of Airline Economics, IBA discusses the pros and cons of outsourced aircraft management and highlights the key steps to take when concern for the lessee’s operational well-being increases.

 

Click the image to access the article

 

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Millions of dollars can be saved through improved processes

In its latest webinar, IBA highlighted four areas where million of dollars can be saved by refining processes and improving communication.

 

IBA will be attending the IATA AGM in Dublin, June 1-3, should you have any queries.

 

Click the images below to access the slidedeck and the guide to transitions infographic:

 

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Webinar slidedeck

 

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Transtitions infographic