Strategic Planning for Successful Airport Infrastructure

Airports are fascinating, dynamic and very complex. We believe that clearly structured and flexible development planning is the key to successful long-term airport infrastructure. Keeping future requirements in mind, we help our clients find strategic long-term solutions for the development of their airports.

Airports are like small cities: they need to be able to develop efficiently, respond to change and expand. And, as with cities, a variety of user groups with differing requirements place different demands on the infrastructure. So, in the development of airports and airport buildings, it’s not just technology and architecture that count. In addition there are always organisational, economic, social and political dimensions to consider. A strategic development plan needs to take all of these into account and find a balance that is tailor-made to the airport in question.

CONSULTANTS WITH A BROAD RANGE OF EXPERTISE

amd.sigma specialises in this area and has extensive experience of all aspects of airport development. We guide strategic development and design infrastructure that is inherently adaptable to change. Our team of expert consultants advise on privatisation projects, prepare the relevant proposals and provide recommendations regarding both internal and external communication.

We are thorough, pragmatic, down-to-earth and, at the same time, deeply passionate about what we do. We combine our team’s long-standing experience in the sector and our passion for strategic thinking to support our clients in dealing effectively with the complexity of their projects.

News

amd sigma news: Interview with Dr. Lutz Weisser
2019

Interview with Dr. Lutz Weisser

Early examples of airport privatisation date back to the 1980s. Are we currently seeing a new trend toward privatisation? There is nothing really new about the privatisation of public infrastructure. Motorways...

amd sigma news: Master Plan Terminal 1 Munich Airport
2019

Master Plan Terminal 1 Munich Airport

With more than 46 million passengers each year, Munich airport numbers among the most highly frequented European aviation hubs – and the most popular. Munich is the only airport in Europe to have received...

amd sigma news: Masterplan 2035 for Linz airport
2019

Masterplan 2035 for Linz airport

What would be the smartest way to manage growing cargo requirements? amd.sigma tackled this question for Linz International Airport in Austria. In 2018, amd.sigma joined forces with Austrian partner ATP...

amd sigma news: Process optimization at cologne/bonn airport
2019

Process optimization at cologne/bonn airport

In summer 2019, amd.sigma completed a new passenger terminal concept for Cologne airport with a planning horizon extending to 2030. The overall objective was to prepare the terminals T1 and T2 for increasing...

amd sigma news: Adam Symalla joins the team
2019

Adam Symalla joins the team

The intelligent management of passenger flows is a key consideration for every modern airport. It not only contributes to efficiency and profitability but also to a positive passenger experience. Adam Symalla...

amd sigma news: Masterplan update at Zagreb airport
2019

Masterplan update at Zagreb airport

What will be the impact of Croatia’s upcoming Schengen membership on the terminal infrastructure in Zagreb? amd.sigma will address this key topic within the scope of a masterplan update. So much is...