POSITION POSTED 13/10/2020
IBA is currently looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join as a Client Success Executive.
IBA is currently looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join as a Client Success Executive. In this role, the successful applicant will be responsible for supporting our data intelligence platform subscribers to get the most out of their subscription, plus providing system support and training as necessary.
Providing exceptional client service to our subscribers is essential. Combining excellent client relationship skills and IT capability to deliver a seamless client service to users, you will be a key member of the service delivery team.
Location: Leatherhead office.
This is an office based role; with some flexibility to work from home during current Covid-19 restrictions.
Applicants must have Right to Work in the UK.
Please contact IBA's Recruitment Team for more information and for the full job description.
Phil Seymour, IBA's President and Head of Advisory, and Crispin Maunder, Executive Chairman of LCI, come together to discuss the helicopter market and the impact of the global Covid-19 pandemic. With a combined experience of nearly 100 years in aviation, the pair discuss how Covid-19 has impacted the helicopter sector, drawing comparison to the fixed wing market. If you have any further questions, comments, or feedback on the topics discussed please contact Phil Seymour.
Pre-Covid, IBA forecast strong growth across the entire aftermarket: narrowbodies, widebodies and regional aircraft. There was an expanding fleet, heightened utilisation and increased demand for shop visits. The situation has evidently altered enormously and the most vulnerable assets, mature widebodies, will be the first to be withdrawn from shop visits.
When it comes to recovery, the short haul market will be first and there are some positive signs, many engines re-entering service in North America, Europe and Asia. However, despite increased flight volumes and resultant higher engine utilisation, load factors remain low. Border restrictions persist across all regions and passenger confidence to travel continues to challenge.