Marsh & Mclennan Companies

CAVOK a Division of Oliver Wyman

CAVOK is a global aviation services and consulting firm. Our deep expertise and proprietary tools help customers incorporate the latest safety standards, improve process efficiency, and streamline maintenance processes, to reap significant economic benefit.

CAVOK offers technical consulting that supports the development of manual systems and processes that conform to safety management system (SMS) concepts, air carrier mergers and certifications, and aircraft conformity inspections. The company designs and builds aircraft maintenance inspection programs and assists carriers with the associated reliability data collection and analysis necessary to maintain and enhance those programs.

Our other major focus is providing long-term technical services support through M&E Solutions, a unique center of excellence unit, which is focused on engineering, planning, and materials support for airlines, plant operators, and MROs on a 24/7 basis.

Every client's operation is unique, with its own requirements and operational needs. CAVOK works to embrace these differences while still meeting regulatory requirements and continuous quality improvement objectives. Clients include scheduled and unscheduled air carriers, maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) facilities, regulatory bodies, and financiers. 

We also draw on the strategic expertise of our parent, Oliver Wyman.  By combining the operational knowledge of CAVOK with Oliver Wyman’s management consulting experience in the aviation industry, our clients gain access to unique depth and breadth of experience, tools, and acumen. 

  • Latest News

    Oliver Wyman Deepens Aviation and Aerospace Expertise with Acquisition of TeamSAI

    We are proud to announce that Oliver Wyman, the parent of CAVOK, has acquired TeamSAI, and will integrate the operation into CAVOK. This transaction brings together two of the largest and most capable consulting and technical advisory firms in aviation and further demonstrates our joint commitment to being at the forefront of the industry.

  • Newly Released Publications

    Turning the tide: A wave of new aviation technology will soon hit the MRO industry

    MRO SURVEY 2015

    By 2020, most companies in the aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) sector will use new technology in a way that fundamentally changes how the industry works, cutting or re-distributing industry revenue by up to 20 percent, or $15 billion.

    According to results of Oliver Wyman’s 2015 MRO Survey, the use of big data in the aviation industry will become pervasive, with the rise of aircraft health monitoring and predictive maintenance systems. The way MRO providers touch the aircraft will also change with wearable and other new repair technologies and additive manufacturing (3-D printing). Meanwhile, most aviation companies will have to manage overhauls of their aging IT backbones that inhibit efficient working environments and integration with newer technologies.