The coming months and years are an opportunity for aviation to rework its relationships with governments and economies worldwide, to benefit from fresh thinking and action. With technology and experience as the enablers, airlines, OEMs, lessors, financiers and investors can be the beneficiaries.
There is turmoil and difficult challenges in the here and now for airlines, OEMs, lessors and financiers but to get each sector from where it is now, to where it needs to be, will require support and a deep understanding that comes with 40 years of aviation know how. This is a challenge few can afford to turn down.
Our Advisory team supports aviation companies across the globe to find investment for their products and services, and helps investors identify and assess the right aviation vehicles – at the right price and at the right time.
Delivery of market study to determine the strategy for engine portfolio investment
Portfolio and residual value analysis and commentary to determine exit strategy
Aviation finance and asset management strategy to define lending criteria
Residual value analysis to enable client to build investment strategy
Advisory support in restructuring process
Advisory and valuation support on aircraft disposal and purchase
Launch strategy for new start-up
Building a 20-year global commercial aircraft market forecast and trend analysis
Strategic business plan and transaction support for major leasing company
Entry strategy and business plan for expanding into leasing market
Independent credit analysis in support of a portfolio transaction to investors
Delivery of business and operations plan to new entrant leasing company
With 40 years experience, we operate at the very heart of the industry, with long-standing relationships with lessors, institutional investors, banks, finance houses, airlines, OEMs, suppliers and the legal and insurance communities.
“While there are many consultants in this space, we feel that none of them combine Ishka's rigor of analysis, comprehensive understanding of a complex and evolving market and the practical expertise brought from many years in the industry.”
Forecasted requirement for new aircraft over the next 20 years
Long-term traffic growth
Estimated funding necessary in global aircraft finance by 2023
Airlines in operation offering scheduled service
By 2050, net aviation carbon emissions will be half of what they were in 2005
Number of lessors worldwide
Global aircraft leasing market size
Share of executives who think investment in the global aviation sector will increase