Welcome to AIQ Consulting

For airport owners and operators, airlines, handlers, service professionals and product suppliers worldwide – AiQ Consulting is your trusted partner in airport consultancy.

We enable you to realise capacity – providing airport capacity planning, long term planning, master planning, airport capacity assessments, analysis, simulation, optimisation and scheduling throughout airport operations for Hub, Regional, Low Cost and Pop Up airports.

Our practical attitude, intelligent design solutions and excellent consulting skills gives our clients confidence. With our wealth of experience and bespoke software, Transvision AiR, we solve the most complex capacity problems, optimise passenger experience and increase competitive advantage.

Our Services

At AiQ we can support you with airport consultancy, capacity planning, simulation, optimisation, scheduling, capacity assessments, long term planning, decision support and master planning. Find out more about our services for:

Case Studies

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  • Soaring through 2017 –AiQ’s Year in Review

    It’s been another successful year for AiQ as we focused on issues critical to airports and airlines, cementing our reputation as a trusted partner in airport consultancy to worldwide operators, suppliers and stakeholders.

    As we review the year we’ll look at our own team highlights, as well as our case studies, news and projects.

    The Holistic Airport

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  • Regional Airports – Using different airline operating models for growth and expansion – Part Two

    In the second part of this blog, we explore the effect on regional airports of the different airlines discussed in part 1.

    How can regional airports cope with different airline operating models?

    As all airline operating models are expanding and changing, as the numbers of passengers and flights rise year on year, regional airports must manage the balance of demands from each different type of airline in order to be successful.

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