• Prepare reports and analyze data related to passenger and cargo carriers including, but not limited to: o Changes in air service, aircraft sizes, and market conditions for both passenger and cargo carriers. o Gate utilization information, peak traffic time reports and available seat statistics. o Air traffic reports, including total monthly passenger counts and load factors at PVD. o Air service history o Passenger demand using U.S. O&D data, BTS data, ARC data, IATA data, and MIDT data to determine potential new destination/or destination that may be in need of additional service. o Reports illustrating airline load factors, passenger demand, and market sizes. o Business cases to include cost estimates, forecasts, market stimulation, and pro forma profit and loss statements. • Develop comprehensive plans • Design, write, and produce high quality materials and/or presentations to provide market updates and/or solicitations for air service. • Maintain air service incentives program.
research methods. • Familiarity with a wide range of data collection techniques and extracting information from airlines and other sources. • Experience with advanced research techniques from a variety of sources, including US DOT statistics. • Considerable computer skills required. Microsoft Office suite, in particular Word, Excel and Power Point. • Experience with Diio or similar software a plus. • Able to make public presentations and present air service marketing plans directly to air carriers. • In addition to an understanding of the aviation industry, the employee must maintain a current understanding of the economics, business, trade, transportation, and politics of the region in order to effectively understand the driving factors behind air service.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: • Bachelors degree in statistics, business administration, aviation and/or marketing. • Minimum two years in any of the above listed areas. • Prior airline or airport experience a plus.