THE NEW GENERATION AIRPORTS
Security and Immigration
The name of AVRO has been associated with innovation and engineering integrity in the Aviation industry since its beginnings at the outset of the 20th Century. AVRO Aircraft were the mainstay of the Royal Air Force through two world wars with the 504K training aeroplane of WW1 and the famous Lancaster Bomber of ‘Dambuster’ fame in WW2.
It is against this background of aviation strengths and determination that we created AVRO Airports Management Ltd.
OUR MISION STATEMENT
AVRO Airports Management Ltd
Avro Airports Management has been established to provide effective management of the new generation of Airports. Airports are undergoing major changes in the way of operations with the significant advances in technology requiring an operator which has adapted to these changes. Avro has reviewed the structure of its management team to reflect these new trends. Technology has replaced manpower in many of the airport functions and telephones now provide passengers with connectivity, booking, checking in and guidance through Airport procedures. New approaches to security and immigration management provide a more flexible and efficient process of passengers through the Airport. Electronic shopping and purchasing is revolutionising the passenger experiences through the transit areas allowing for a more immersive and entertaining experience at the modern Airport. Avro are embracing all of these new technologies to provide a focused management to the Airports of the 21st Century.
The AVRO business model has two main pillars. One is asset management with the objective of improving operational efficiency and lastingly strengthening the economic potential of the regional airports in Romania.
The other is the management of New Airports where we are acting as industrial investors to deploy our airport competence in partnership with our coshareholders.
At AVRO, handson experience and strategic operational expertise merge. Our Senior management all have individually extensive operational backgrounds in Airport and Airline management. Their input during the early design and development stages identify potential operational bottle necks and areas of concern. AVRO senior management take responsibility for operational reviews during the design development of new Airports or Airports redesign process concentrating on the operational efficiency and expansion and technological resilience aspects.
Avro are providing detailed procedural documents and operational and security manuals and protocols in compliance with the latest IATA and EU legislative requirements. These are augmented by the Avro ‘in-house’ procedural documents providing ISO qualitative assurance. This procedural approach assists in the approach to training new members of the team and avoids ‘creative interpretation’ which can lead to operational mistakes.
Technology is moving very quickly in the Aviation and Airport ‘space’, AVRO is planning to meet these challenges for tomorrow and beyond.
The current operators of many airports have a legacy of the ‘old’ systems as well as the space planning and structures of the existing airports. Within their management teams there are many managers who have not had sufficient exposure to the advances of technology that are sweeping the Industry. Our Management teams are created to manage the ‘new’ Airport and are instrumental in adopting the very latest techniques and innovative technology.
The Avro team is built around a core group led by Roderick Lynch our CEO with 35 years within the Airline and Airport operations. It has in-house development and planning, commercial, financial and Airport operational experience. We have top professional support from leaders in the Industry on consultancy or secondment basis to ensure that each Airport has world class management.
Chief Executive Officer
Around the world, airports bring together people and goods. They attract retailers, catering outlets and serviceproviders. And they create jobs for the local economy. Airports are engines of global mobility – and as locational factors they are increasingly important for the economic development of entire regions. Keeping things that way necessitates ongoing investment in the future of each individual airport. Taking appropriate decisions calls not only for constant critical scrutiny of everyday operations and feedback from the Airport users and suppliers but also for an appraisal of the demands which airports will have to face in ten, twenty or thirty years.
Our airports projects are providing crisisproof performance – through our dedicated and well organized teams and with them we expect to face up well to even the toughest of challenges.
Avro Airports Management
One Mayfair Place, Level 1,
Devonshire House London, W1J 8AJ