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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  • What benefits do AiQ bring as Airport Consultants?

    As a trusted partner to airports worldwide, we pride ourselves on our holistic airport capability. Our experienced team of airport consultants work with clients and stakeholders, large and small, realising problems and providing effective, risk-aware solutions to their capacity challenge.

    Viewing airports holistically allows us to deliver intelligent airport consultancy, creating and delivering cost effective, efficient capacity planning solutions.

    Our Approach

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  • The rise of Ground Support Equipment (GSE) Pooling

    The pressure on ground handling procedures has never been greater. As airport traffic rises and passengers’ demands for a stress free, on-time performance grow, airports and ground handlers must take steps to ensure that their services are effective, as well as cost and capacity efficient.

    Damage caused to aircraft during ground handling is reported to cost airlines nearly $4 billion annually.  Staggeringly, the total cost to the aviation industry globally is thought to be more that double that figure, according to a recent report by International Airport Review. To begin to reduce this cost to the aviation industry, IATA has recently introduced Ground Support Equipment (GSE) Standards that require fitting of proximity sensing and warning systems to GSE. Read more »