Alton Aviation Consultancy: Ready for growth in 2024

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Adam Cowburn, Managing Director, Alton Aviation Consultancy / John Mowry, Managing Director, Alton Aviation Consultancy

Alton Aviation Consultancy, a leading global aviation advisory firm, is well-positioned to meet the rising demand for high-quality aviation consulting services following a year of record growth in 2023.

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Alton’s advisory work has grown across all key segments of the aviation value chain, including airline and lessor fleet strategy, restructuring, M&A due diligence, maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) business planning, and new technology advisory in advanced air mobility (AAM) and other sectors. In 2023, the firm completed over 200 engagements for more than 100 clients, with over two-thirds of the business being repeat clients from prior years.

Adam Cowburn, Managing Director in Alton’s Singapore office, says: “We are privileged to work alongside our clients in solving their most complex challenges and are gratified by the increasing number of engagements from repeat clients and referrals. With our team growing and our global footprint expanding, we are well-positioned for continued growth in 2024.”

Managing Director of Alton’s New York office, John Mowry, adds: “Demand for deep domain aviation industry expertise from Alton’s experienced team of advisors is stronger than ever. We’re extremely proud that our valued clients continue to entrust Alton to provide the data-driven analysis and market insights required to drive their continued growth and success.”

In 2023, Alton continued to positively impact global and local communities through its commitment to Pledge 1%, the philanthropic movement in which the firm donates 1% of its revenue and volunteers 1% of its time. The firm remains a platinum-level sponsor of Airlink Inc., which is currently engaged in significant responses to crises in conflict zones and areas hit by natural disasters.

Alton also made substantial contributions to numerous other charitable organisations as selected by its employees, which include RIP Medical Debt, Habitat for Humanity, Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, Emergency Shelter Partnership, Chinese-American Planning Council and Veterans Airlift.

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Author: Anastasiya Simsek