Shannon Aero’s team has owned, operated, managed and traded aircraft. We came to realize that climate concerns about the aviation industry needs a comprehensive response that addresses the risks faced by airlines, airports, aerospace banks, lessors, infrastructure owners and operators, and investment institutions, and seizes the opportunities created by countercyclical market conditions. We will help you create, develop and execute a climate change strategy that turns sustainability into a business advantage measured by a blend of increased revenues, lower costs and higher profits.
In many industries today, there does not exist a "standard" product offering, but products are created specifically for a customer's unique needs, known variously as pick-to-order, assemble-to-order, configure-to-order, and engineer-to-order.
Marketers always try to create a segmentation of the market in order to focus their product offering.
Design success is not guaranteed.
The success of Airbus, Boeing and their suppliers is that the design of the aircraft they sell is evolutionary not revolutionary.The Comet & Concorde were leaders, & revolutionary but lost money.The A320 and the B737 are evolutionary & wealth creators.
The aircraft certification process has been designed for decades to regulate the aircraft manufacturing industry as it exists today. This has enabled civil aviation authorities such as EASA an the FAA to oversee a very robust regulatory system. It may be less stable in the next decade due to lead times required to research, design, manufacturing, maintainance and operations standards, to retrain inspectors, requip maintenance providers and retrain technicians and mechanics. The regulatory organization is likely to look much different than it is today.