Aviation is one of the fastest growing and technologically advanced modes in transport. In developing economies, significant increases in tourism and business flights place increasing pressures on airports and airspace with regard to capacity, infrastructure, technology systems and human resource. In order to meet this challenge, governments need to evolve to support growth through improvement of domestic legislation and regulatory functions, infrastructure development, embracing regional integration and harmonisation, as well as compliance with international technical and safety regulations.
AMP has a strong capability and experience in analysis of the commercial and general aviation markets, estimating future passenger and freight demands, studying existing flight networks and assessing the sufficiency of airport infrastructure. We provide strategic advice and recommend development frameworks that enable governments and responsible agencies to build a competitive and sustainable national aviation business.