Trillion Aviation

Financial Consulting Services

Given the return of steady passenger growth since the economic downturn in 2007 and 2008 and limitations of federal and Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) funds, airports throughout the U.S. have been challenged with implementing needed airfield and terminal capacity along with basic infrastructure improvements for aging facilities in the most cost effective manner possible. Airport operators are also focusing on enhancing the overall utilization of their facilities through measured growth and expansion. At the same time, the airlines are focusing on the careful allocation of airline fleets and tight control of aircraft seat capacity and reducing costs, including airport fees and charges. These often-opposing goals require airport operators to be creative to find ways to implement needed airport improvements, while minimizing airline costs.

Trillion specializes in assisting airport operators develop financial strategies for undertaking their capital improvement programs. Our financial consulting services help provide a framework for an airport operator to use as it proceeds with its future development. Our professionals are all senior experts, and are well versed in how current economic conditions and financing strategies are impacting the aviation industry. With this broad industry understanding and experience, Trillion’s services are always tailored to the uniqueness of each airport. Trillion provides the full range of financial and business consulting services, including:

  • Airline agreement development and negotiations
  • Airline rate-making methodologies and analysis
  • Revenue bond feasibility studies
  • Air traffic activity forecasting
  • Capital improvement program financial planning
  • Capital improvement program justification and benefit-cost analysis
  • Affordability/financial capacity analysis
  • Comprehensive airport financial planning and modeling
  • Strategic financial planning and contingency assessments
  • Third-party financial feasibility assessments
  • PFC funding strategies
  • Rental car financial and business planning
  • Parking studies

Trillion Aviation is not registered as a municipal advisor under Section 15B of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and does not provide financial advisory services within the meaning of the Act.

Please click on the following link for a more detailed summary of Trillion’s financial consulting services and experience: Trillion Financial Services PDF

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Published Articles

ASPA PA Times Article: Funding and Financing U.S. Airport Infrastructure

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