•Participate in the business development process. Including development of statements of qualifications, client visits, interview participation, scope and fee development and contract preparation. •Analysis of aviation and economic data from the U.S. DOT and other related sources. •Conduct quantitative analysis of air service market conditions, analyses of passenger and/or cargo volumes, traffic flows, yield analyses, demographic profiles, route forecasts (including projected growth in markets) historical data, & analysis of airports using a variety of tools & industry data sources. •Prepare monthly or quarterly air service data statistical reports for clients. •Develop analytical exhibits & formulate exhibits/presentations related to assigned projects to meet the needs of the specific audience. •Presentation of prepared materials to airlines or clients at industry conferences.. •Serve as an extension of the client’s team. Be available as needed to assist and advise our air service clients.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in marketing, aviation management, or a related field – or equivalent industry experience.
Five plus years (5+) related experience in one or more of the following areas: airline network planning, air service development consulting, airline revenue management or financial analysis, or other equivalent position related to the analysis of passenger air service data or route planning. Direct experience working in airline network planning or air service development is preferred.
Must be a motivated self-starter able to deliver quality projects on time with minimal direction.
Demonstrated customer centric mentality
Knowledge & Skills:
Strong knowledge of 1) domestic and international passenger air service markets, 2) passenger air services operations including practices/procedures, and 3) industry data sources to conduct quantitative analysis market conditions.
Broad familiarity of the air service opportunities and risks facing regional, small, medium, and large hub airports.
Considerable understanding of current airline route development decision-making criteria.
Ability to ingest large amounts of data from different sources, analyze it, and eventually transform it into a narrative that can be communicated to a wide variety of audiences
Familiarity with local and federal legislative rules, regulations, and policies pertinent to air service development; such as airport slots, international freedoms of the air, on-time performance metrics, airport use-and-lease agreements, crew requirements (duty time, flight training hours), etc.
Existing or ability to develop close working relationships with clients, client community leaders, and airline representatives.
For over 70 years, Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc. (CMT) has furnished consulting engineering services necessary to provide reliable infrastructure for our clients' needs. CMT provides a full range of civil engineering expertise, along with aviation planning services, structural engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, surveying and architectural support services.
CMT also provides planning, design and construction observation on projects that include airports; streets; highways; parking lots; railroads; buildings; wastewater collection and treatment; water supplies, treatment, storage and distribution; wells; dams; bridges; drainage facilities; storm water handling facilities; recreational facilities; subdivisions and industrial parks.
The firm, established in 1946, is headquartered in Springfield, Illinois, with regional offices in Aurora, Chicago, Rockford, Peoria, Moline, and Edwardsville, Illinois; St. Louis, Springfield, and Kansas City area, Missouri; Indianapolis, Indiana; Columbus, Cleveland and Dayton area, OH; Nashville, TN; and, LaBelle, FL. A consistent recipient of both state and national awards, CMT looks forward to a future of innovation built upon a foundation of excellence.