7th Wave Airports

Aviation Consultant

250-488-1891

Mr. Meyer is a highly respected leader in the International Airport Industry with a very unique blend of executive airport management experience and senior airport consultancy experience allowing him to better understand the needs of his clients using global best practices. He has an outstanding reputation for creating award winning international airport commercial programs including Airport Concessions and Air Service Development. He has over 25 years of experience serving at a Senior Executive level at several airports in Canada and Europe and as a Leader with some of the largest airport consulting firms in Canada (SNC-Lavalin/Atkins), the U.S. (Jacobs/Leigh Fisher) and Europe (Munich Airport International) with numerous successful projects that have significantly enhanced the Airport Service Quality and Passenger Experience while generating vital revenue growth for his clients. Core competencies include: Airport Management, Terminal Concession Planning and Implementation (Retail, Food & Beverage, Advertising), Air Service Development, Commercial Real Estate Development, Airport Operations, Strategic Planning, Aviation Expert Advise, Master Planning and Stakeholder Relations. He is an ACI Global Training Faculty Member teaching core courses in Airport Commercial Development, Air Service Development, Forecasting and Airport Economics. He is also an airport advisor/specialist with Dialectica based in London, a knowledge sharing platform that connects the world's leading investment and corporate strategists with industry specialists; Guidepoint Global Advisors based in New York providing consulting services to Guidepoint’s clients that include institutional investment firms, consulting firms, banks, corporations and others who perform research and Bain & Company based in Boston who provides management consulting services primarily to Fortune 500 CEOs advising on issues such as private equity investments, mergers & acquisitions, corporate strategy, and market analysis.