A holding company in the Middle East was preparing for the Initial Public Offering (IPO) of two of its aviation businesses. They engaged our team of aviation experts to provide industry insight and support the IPO process by:
Prior to our appointment, the client had already placed an order with an aircraft manufacturer to replace the airline subsidiary’s existing fleet and ensure future growth. This aircraft order had been used as the basis for developing an outline network plan, which in turn formed the foundation of a long-term business plan.
We worked with the management to:
The subsequent financial model and output was reviewed with management with a view to finalising the IPO business plan.
Our team provided the client with a financial plan that had undertaken rigorous validation from an aviation industry perspective. In addition, the financial model contained the flexibility required to further develop, modify and finalise the business plan.
The detailed market study and competitive benchmark analysis helped management understand how to best align the growth and development of the business with the Middle East’s aviation market and also highlighted areas for potential cost reduction and profit improvement.