By Staff Writer | May 1, 2009
The International Bureau of Aviation (IBA) Group, a U.K.-based aviation consulting firm, is offering a series of recession survival courses for aerospace companies. "We have a wealth of knowledge and firsthand experience gained working across many different sections of the aviation industry," said Alan Miles, IBA’s director of regulatory services and training. IBA can offer a range of services of particular relevance during these times. Owen Geach, IBA’s commercial director, said his group, which has been in aviation for 20 years, provides on-site airline and aircraft monitoring, revised aircraft valuations and market updates, repossession advice, and contingency planning.