Jeff has over 29 years of experience in airport consulting and airline management, and he has worked at more than 50 airports during his career. Jeff has managed more than 40 airport feasibility studies in support of over $14 billion in revenue bonds. Jeff has provided financial, business and other consulting services, including the following: Airline Rates and Charges Analyses, Airport Capital Program Feasibility and Justification Analyses, Airline Use and Lease Agreement and Other Airport Tenant Negotiations, Financial Feasibility Analyses to Support Airport Revenue Bond Issuances, Benefit-Cost Analysis and FAA Letter-Of-Intent Support for AIP Grant Funding, Aviation Demand Forecasting, Airport Privatization Analyses, Aviation Business Case Development. Jeff has spoken on topics such as airline-airport use and lease agreement trends, airport non-aeronautical revenue development, and airport rates and charges at several ACI-NA and AAAE conferences. Jeff has co-authored the following ACRP publications: Report 36: Airport/Airline Agreements-Practices and Characteristics, Report 68: Guidebook for Evaluating Terminal Renewal Versus Replacement Options. As a former airline representative with United Airlines for five years, Jeff negotiated the business terms and drafted provisions in airline-airport use and lease agreements.