Peter Baumgartner, former chief government of Etihad Airways, will be part of PA Consulting’s specialist aviation workforce.
The unit consists of the 2017 acquisition, Nyras.
Baumgartner has had a prolific profession so far and joins PA from Etihad Aviation Group.
He’ll be part of as a senior advisor and set up PA’s Aviation Advisory Board – a non-executive group of senior aviation professionals.
The board will assist form the technique of PA’s rising aviation enterprise and assist the continued supply of the very best service to its aviation shoppers and the broader trade.
Richard Davey, world head of aviation at PA Consulting, mentioned, “I’ve labored with Peter for over twenty years, and have the best respect for his achievements within the trade.
“I’m extraordinarily happy to have the ability to proceed to work with him as he strikes on from Etihad Aviation Group.
“He’ll present the trade insights and views to take our enterprise to its subsequent stage of improvement.”
PA’s aviation enterprise gives consulting recommendation to the worldwide aviation trade with a concentrate on transactions and investments, aggressive technique, enterprise effectivity, sustainability, and the applying of expertise from a powerful trade perspective. Its
Its various workforce of aviation consultants combines actual trade expertise with a legacy in innovation, guaranteeing PA develops and delivers ingenious options for its shoppers, that embody airways, airports, aviation service corporations, traders and governments.
Baumgartner added: “All through my profession, it was unattainable to not flip to Richard and his workforce in moments when distinctive material experience was required.
“I extremely worth their innovation and talent to contribute to profitable outcomes.
“It’s with nice delight that I’ll now work with Richard and his rising workforce of aviation consultants at PA.
“I sit up for serving to additional develop their understanding of the complicated wants of their aviation shoppers and am wanting to proceed to make an impression within the aviation trade.”