Tom Walsh has more than 25 years of experience in airport financial planning and analysis. He provides financial advice to airport operators and developers in the United States and around the world. In the United States, he has provided financial consulting services at a range of large-, medium-, and small-hub airports. Additionally, he has served as the project manager or financial analyst on financial feasibility studies in support of the issuance of more than $5 billion in airport revenue bonds. He also has worked extensively on the development and analysis of airline rates and charges methodologies.
For the Massachusetts Port Authority, Tom conducted financial analyses in support of a $2 billion five-year airport capital program, including an assessment of the financial viability of the program and its effect on airline rates and charges. He also conducted financial feasibility analyses in support of the issuance of over $2 billion in Authority revenue bonds, passenger facility charge (PFC) stand-alone bonds, customer facility charge (CFC) special facility bonds, and assisted the Authority in preparing PFC applications and amendments resulting in authorization to collect $1.5 billion in PFC revenue.
Additionally, Tom led the preparation of feasibility studies in support of the Series 2009, 2013, and 2014 bonds for the Airport Commission, City and County of San Francisco, as well as the Series 2015 D/E Bonds for the Department of Airports of the City of Los Angeles.