Mission Statement
Aviation is no longer regional but has become global i.e. worldwide.
Twenty Air Consultancy is based in Spain; a country with a history of airlines and passenger traffic both for business and tourist purposes, making our country top of the world rankings.
With the commencement of the low cost companies, the airline industry in Spain is going through a “low” leaving a great number of experts with no option but to offer their services and background to different airlines around the world on a consultancy basis.
Our mission is based on A PASSION FOR EXCELLENCE and we aim to help airlines that are in the process of growth and development to continue expanding by taking over certain management tasks which need special attention and are extremely important but are difficult to attend to in the normal day-to-day management of a company.
Our experts can undertake these requirements on a temporary basis, to ensure that attention to costs and safety is not diminished.
We have experts with over thirty years’ experience in the air transport industry and can currently offer efficient and economical assistance with the following services
One of our main strengths is assisting with the management of a company’s fleet with Wet Leases when required.
The IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) programme is an internationally recognised and accepted evaluation system designed to assess the operational management and control systems of an airline. IOSA uses internationally recognised quality audit principles and is designed to conduct audits in a standardised and consistent manner. It was created in 2003 by IATA. The program is designed to assess the operational management and control systems of airlines. The companies are included in the IOSA registry for a period of 2 years following an audit carried out by an organization accredited by IATA. The auditing standards have been developed in collaboration with various regulatory authorities, such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the USA, Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Transport Canada and the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA). IATA oversees the accreditation of audit organisations, ensure the continuous development of IOSA standards and practices and manages the IOSA registry.
Flight operational quality assurance (FOQA, pronounced PHO-QU-A), also known as flight data monitoring (FDM) or flight data analysis, is a method of capturing, analyzing and/or visualizing the data generated by an aircraft moving through the air from one point to another. Applying the information learned from this analysis helps to find new ways to improve flight safety and increase overall operational efficiency. Several airlines and air forces have initiated FOQA programs to collect, store and analyze recorded flight data. The goal is to improve the organization or unit’s overall safety, increase maintenance effectiveness and reduce operational costs.
Evidence Based Training applies the principles of competency-based training for safe, effective and efficient airline operations while addressing relevant threats. ICAO has defined competency as the combination of Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes (KSAs) required to perform a task to a prescribed standard under a certain condition. EBT prioritizes the development and assessment of a relevant global competency framework and aligns training content with the actual competencies necessary, in context. EBT is part of the IATA Training and Qualification Initiative (ITQI) comprising: EBT, Multi-Crew Pilot License (MPL), Pilot Aptitude Testing (PAT), Instructor Qualification (IQ), Flight Simulation Training Devices (FSTD), and Engineering & Maintenance (E&M). Phase one of the EBT project addresses recurrent training and phase two will address type-rating training. The Evidence Based Training (EBT) project arose from an industry-wide consensus that, in order to reduce the aircraft hull loss and fatal accident rates, a strategic review of recurrent and type-rating training for airline pilots was necessary. Over time, aircraft design and reliability has improved significantly, yet accidents still occur, even though the aircraft and systems are operating without malfunction. Controlled Flight into Terrain (CFIT) is one example of this principle, where inadequate situational awareness on the part of the crew is almost always a contributing factor. It is impossible to foresee all plausible accident scenarios in today’s complex yet highly reliable aviation system and the circumstances of the next accident are difficult to predict. EBT addresses this by prioritizing the development and assessment of key competencies. Scenario-based training is recommended within an EBT program but the scenarios are simply a vehicle and means to develop and evaluate competence. Mastering a finite number of key competencies will allow pilots to manage an unlimited number of potentially dangerous situations in flight operations.
4) Servicio de consultoria en Fuel Management Information System (FMIS):
The IATA Fuel Management Information System provides a method for tracking an airline’s fuel and carbon emissions reduction program. It is a decision-making tool that will ensure sustainable results.
IATA FMIS provides benchmarking against targets that are based upon the airline’s actual operational and internal goals. This easy to use software is provided on a friendly graphical user interface (GUI), that covers several areas such as Dispatch, Flight Operations, APU (Auxiliary Power Unit), IAPM (Integrated Aircraft Performance Monitoring), and Weight Control. IATA FMIS is available on iPad, iPhone and PC (web-based).
Factibility Analysis for a start-up Company
Business plan
Budget and viability plans
Financial Planning
Balance sheet and annual reports
Management Control and Audit
Route analysis
Cost control
Fares development

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