Patrick has 19 years of international aviation experience as an air transport economist, most notably in the areas of passenger and freight forecasting, and has worked on forecasts and related market studies for over 100 airports worldwide. He is highly experienced in airline and airport strategic and regulatory affairs, market assessments, traffic performance benchmarking, and route analysis.
Patrick has extensive experience of working in lenders, sponsor or sale, traffic advisory and forecasting roles, and has been the lead advisor in these fields for a number of successful bid winning concessions – including those for airports serving, Dalaman, Madinah, San Juan, and Zagreb.
He has undertaken a number of airline studies, including government advisory roles with regards to South African Airways and Turkish Airlines and has specific expertise in airline route network planning, fleet studies, business and strategic planning.
His project experience spans across more than 45 countries worldwide, including: the United Kingdom, Brazil, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, the Philippines, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States.