“The past 2 years have been the hardest, even though I have been through many other crises, but this pandemic had been the most challenging.” Noted Mahmoud Farrag/ CEO Aviary.
Nonetheless for Aviary Continued innovation, specially in such unprecedent times, is essential as the company has managed to keep its business afloat with diversification strategies and agile management. We have also implemented a cost leadership strategy to reduce expenditure while maintaining quality and efficiency and without letting go a single employee of Aviary family.
For the aviation industry to recover not only quickly, but sustainably, all its stakeholders, from Ground handlers to airports to governments, must rally forces to support this global crisis. Farrag Added.
Remaining loyal to its commitment to serve its customers in bad and good times, Aviary has applied considerable discounts either on handling charges, landing and overflying permits and fuel arrangements in addition to the discounts offered from Egyptian government. These special charges were instrumental in the fight to survive the pandemic.
Most importantly; Aviary has used its agile workforce to cope with the crisis. The flexibility of the company’s management has been critical in devising new strategies to come through the crisis. Aviary team has recently secured new ground handling services contracts with three prominent airlines Belavia, Red Wings and Air Manas, arranging full ground handling services, fuel and permits for their flights at leisure destinations in Egypt.
The industry is fighting for profitable growth and I have no doubt that our industry will bounce back as it is a resilient sector.