AiQ Consulting provides fast, practical, and cost-effective kerbside to airside demand and capacity planning services and modelling tools to support worldwide airports on the path to recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Using our new Airport Recovery Tool ARTΔ, our experienced operational team provides detailed insights and a holistic operational vision across all key processes including health screening and social distancing for a range of scenarios, enabling fast and smart decisions in managing your changeable operation.
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COVID-19 has forced a new airport world. A new world requires a new cost-effective approach for Airport Planning. AiQ solution is a cheaper, better, faster, scalable and more flexible planning service than traditional in house planning. Airports can reduce their headcount and staff costs by outsourcing strategic and operational needs to AiQ Consulting new Airport Planning Service. Find out more.read more
A key question asked by our clients is what is the impact of aircraft turnaround times with accommodating new COVID-19 measures? AiQ team analysed possible aircraft turnaround scenarios with a range of assumptions with concluded some very powerful statistics on the impact an increased turnaround will have on airport operations and the airport overall.read more
This blog visually demostrates what health screening could look like for airports including possible health screening facilities, process and modelling tools to help embed the new process into an already complex airport process and operation.read more
AiQ Consulting have developed a fast, simple and pragmatic Airport Recovery Tool ARTΔ. Ideal for your consolidation and recovery planning, ARTΔ supports you in managing your changeable demand and resource needs across your operation.read more
Future proofing an airport is becoming increasingly important, with IATA predicting 8.2 billion air passengers by 2037 (IATA 2018). How can your airport cope with such an influx? What are the pressure points and bottlenecks? Modelling this rise in capacity can be used to plan airport investment and future proofing.read more
Integrated baggage system for Heathrow's Terminal 3read more
Expanding Our Toolkit – A New Way to Visualize with Sim3Dread more
AiQ new IATA Modelling Tool provides airports with a new and efficient way of assessing their current and future infrastructure and operational needsread more
AiQ reviews our 2016 highlights of the year including our global brand, sharing our airport capacity planning knowledge and IATA modelling tool.read more
AiQ Consulting’s Year in Review Part Tworead more
Optimising passenger experience in regional airports can sometimes be a challenge, but reaching IATA standards should never be beyond an airport’s capability. AiQ have been working with regional airports over many years to assist them in improving passenger experience, this blog explores how we do this.read more
World Class Airport Experts, Adrian Todd, director of AiQ Consulting, and Richard Chapman of ADC (Airport Design Consult) recently lectured senior airport managers, consultants and analysts in Singapore regarding the key aspects of Airport Capacity Management.read more
AiQ Consulting has recently signed a three-year framework agreement with HAL for the annual maintenance of Airside Traffic Simulations, Ground Service Equipment (GSE) & Unit Load Device (ULD) models for Airside Operations at Heathrow Airport.read more
- Adrian Todd, Director