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New aviation consulting firm launched

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 13, 2014

070A new Australian-based aviation consulting company which offers services to airlines, airports and other aviation businesses has been launched.

The company, ‘three consulting’, says it offers aviation strategy for new route development, master planning, or operational readiness programs.

“We understand the aviation value chain and have developed a range of services that can deliver seamless results across a number of specialisations,” managing director, Jayne Davey said. “From the initial allocation of airline capacity through to commencing operations of newly constructed infrastructure, we have the ability to guide clients from high-level strategic planning through to day of operations and beyond. We’re also smaller, hungrier and with an eye on continually exceeding client expectations. We’re open for business and have the capability to work with both Australian-based businesses as well as those in Europe, Asia or, indeed, anywhere around the world.”

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The team of Jayne Davey, Anthony Cicuttini and Hans Mitterlechner has experience providing network development solutions and executing plans with airlines including British Airways and Qantas, and at airports including Brussels, Copenhagen, Sydney, Christchurch, Adelaide, Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour.

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