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:

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  • Prepare for your future airport with unique airport intelligence

    Solving complex problems at constrained and saturated airports is the core of our business. Our unique, multi-disciplinary team works in partnership with you to provide a scientific approach to innovating your future airport. We are global experts in creating capacity and operational efficiency, solving complex problems and introducing new technologies.

    We focus on the AiQ – the airport intelligence. We work with clients around the world to create smart airports,  turning big data into scientific approaches for decision making.

    Why AiQ?

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  • What impact have the B787 and A350 aircraft had on regional airports?

    As regional airports continue to face challenges related to their growth and success, what impact have new aircraft had on their operating model?

    There is a massive increasing demand for regional airports from passengers. The convenience of having an airport closer to home, as well as the attractive pricing of low budget airlines and the expansion of routes, have allowed regional airports to increase their market share worldwide. But what’s next for regional airports, and how has the new aircraft being introduced affected them?

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