Following the IPO of Vienna International Airport in 1992 and having been the Vienna Airport’s international business facilitator for about 10 years, ACV quickly became a pioneer in the airport privatisation market.
Changes at short-notice are very common during the course privatisation bids. The planning model must therefore be robust enough to allow the right adjustments to be made quickly. Over the past 20 years, we have developed and refined a unique and integrated airport planning model which combines the key parameters for a successful airport development. These include:
Market Assessment: macroeconomics, competition, airlines, tourism, catchment area, demand, etc.
Strategy: vision, positioning, strategic success factors, outsourcing, initiatives, scenarios, etc.
Traffic Forecast: passengers, movements, cargo, routes, aircraft types, peak hours, etc.
Capacity Plan: service levels, phasing, bottlenecks, quantities, passenger flows, dimensioning, etc.
Technical Concept: master plan, functional design, terminal layout, landside development, etc.
Capital Expenditure: construction costs, refurbishments, maintenance, equipment, etc.
Revenue Planning: aeronautical and non-aeronautical revenues, landside revenues, etc.
Operational Expenses: staff planning, asset related costs, cost of material and services, etc.
Financial Plan: balance sheet, P&L, cash flow, equity and debt financing, ratios, valuations, etc.
Over the years, ACV and ADM have enhanced and strengthened the integrated airport planning model. Today, our model is a key element in our advisory work and an important and reliable tool for the transaction business.Please refer to the websites ofand for more information.