States, regulators, agencies and investors around the world are grappling with difficult decisions and finite resources. Who do they turn to on aviation matters for trusted counsel, nuanced analysis and hands-on support? Egis.
Working in aviation for over 50 years, and still today at the forefront of innovation and change, Egis advises civil and military aviation organisations on licensing, economic and regulatory issues across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Our experience ranges from making and evaluating proposals for sector reform and price controls to conducting regulatory impact assessments and conformity assessments.
Our work with governments and institutions includes regulatory advice, strategy reviews, impact assessments, evaluating costs and benefits, through to stakeholder engagement and consultation. We also provide project management support to fast-track the implementation of priority programmes and thought leadership on strategic infrastructure investments or exploitation of space assets.
You’ll also find our teams on the ground locally delivering training and ‘capacity building’ on safety standards, regulations and best practice, like aviation state safety programmes in India and Madagascar, EASA’s international technical co-operation activities, or COMESA in Africa.
Value added for aviation investors
Egis advises a range of institutional investors in aviation. Our technical knowledge and market understanding enables us to provide independent assessments and to support due diligence on large capital expenditure projects. That expertise can also be used to model and quantify the financial and economic consequences of operational change. Our own database of information and statistics supports our work across air navigation services, airports and airlines.
We have extensive management experience in delivering large, complex, multi-disciplinary, and often high-profile, framework contracts in international environments. Our accreditation to the ISO9001 Quality Standard underlines our commitment to the quality of our work and to the process of continuous professional improvement.