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This podcast explores the substantial achievements the aviation industry has made in technology, infrastructure and governance with the aim of giving a snapshot of the future challenges and solutions we collectively face as an industry. If you have any further questions, comments or feedback please contact Tim Boon.
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.
Phil Seymour, IBA's Company President, had the pleasure of joining Matthew Driskill from Asian Aviation for a discussion on the industry and a deep dive into the impact of the unprecedented global Covid-19 pandemic. If you have any further questions or comments on the topics mentioned please contact Phil Seymour.
Phil Seymour, IBA's President and Head of Advisory, and Killian Croke, Partner at KPMG Ireland, come together to discuss how the Covid-19 global pandemic will impact aviation asset impairments in the future. This short podcast is a precursor to the IBA Asset Values Masterclass webinar we are running tomorrow (Thursday 24th September). Designed for airlines, lessors, and financiers, this complementary webinar is a must attend for anybody looking to refresh, build or renew their understanding of Valuations. If you would like to attend, secure your place here. If you have any further questions, comments, or feedback on the topics discussed please contact Phil Seymour.
The Covid-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on the global aviation industry, with some of the most severe ramifications impacting airlines and lessors. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects airline revenues to decline industry-wide by 50% in 2020, falling from USD 838 billion to USD 419 billion. With such significant financial strain, how can airlines and lessors work in partnership to pivot their approach and achieve a pragmatic solution? Combining nearly a century of aviation expertise, Phil Seymour, IBA's Company President, and Andy Mansell, Partner at Split Rock Aviation, bring you an insightful and thought-provoking webcast that discusses: How can airlines and lessors achieve a "win-win" situation - unprecedented times call for unprecedented solutions Restructuring - The need for a dynamic outlook Working in partnership - what happens beyond the 3-month payment deferral? If you have any further questions or comments please contact: Phil Seymour.
Phil Seymour, CEO IBA Group and Andy Mansell, Partner Split Rock Aviation discuss their recent report on operating lease agreements. If you have any further questions, comments or feedback please contact Phil Seymour.
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As the aviation industry begins to wake from its slumber in a post Covid-19 landscape, many of us have wondered what the future holds for new aircraft technologies. How will the leading OEMs and their respective stakeholders address commitment to a carbon neutral aviation industry by 2050? In recent years, development of battery-powered aircraft concepts has continued, various new start up ventures exploring this propulsion technology, its possible applications and the regulatory hurdles and infrastructure challenges battery-powered aircraft face. There have been no concrete commitments to purely electric aircraft by the leading OEMs owing to the energy density (or lack thereof) vs weight penalties inherent in flying intercontinental routes. This, however, doesn’t mean there isn’t a place in the market for electric propulsion; it has great potential for short regional flights with smaller capacity cabins operating out of airports and aerodromes that would typically not accept commercial traffic.