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Chris Tarry

Chris has worked outside the City for a number of years. In 1984 he became an engineering analyst, focusing first on Aviation and voted the UK's leading aerospace analyst before switching to focus wholly on transport and particularly airlines, a sector he has followed since 1986. In this period Chris was also regularly ranked in the top three European transport analysts and had led a number of major international share issues. In December 2002 he established CTAIRA to provide research, consulting services and advice on and to the transport and aviation industries in the areas of strategy and strategic development; industry and market forecasting and performance measurement and evaluation. Most recently, Chris worked on developing, evaluating and implementing the options for GB Airways which culminated in their acquisition by EasyJet. He has also undertaken; strategic option development exercises for a number of Europe’s airlines; a significant number of due diligence exercises and pre-acquisition investigations, including lessors, manufacturers and banks. He has also acted for the CAA (regulated airport pricing) and the Cabinet Office (Independent Air Travel Review)
Chris has undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Economics. He is a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, a member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, a member of the Securities Institute and a Liveryman of the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators. He also holds a private pilots license. He is a visiting lecturer at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, Cranfield, The London School of Economics and is a Visiting Senior Fellow in the School of Management at the University of Surrey.
Chris writes a monthly column for Airline Business and regularly writes and comments in other media on industry issues as well as presenting and chairing conferences across the world.

 

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