Kirk Lovell joins Mead & Hunt Air Service Consulting team
January 23, 2020
Kirk Lovell has joined Mead & Hunt, one of the nation’s leading full-service architecture-engineering consulting firms, augmenting the Aviation Services group and further expanding their air service development consulting services.
Kirk brings a wealth of airline industry knowledge and experience to the group. He has held leadership roles at Myrtle Beach International Airport for the last eight years. In his role as Director of Air Service & Business Development, Kirk implemented air service development strategies and managed the Airport’s overall air service development program. He successfully championed numerous new routes and recruited new airlines, often incorporating alternate data sources to strengthen the business case.
In addition, Kirk previously served as onsite Project Manager for Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI), leading all domestic and international air service retention and development strategies and representing BWI at industry conferences around the world. He has been actively involved in several industry organizations, speaking at Airport Council International – North America (ACI-NA) and American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) conferences.
According to Jon Faucher, Mead & Hunt’s Aviation Services Group Leader, “Kirk is well-known and respected in the industry. His experience strengthens Mead & Hunt’s highly skilled air service development practice, further enhancing the value we bring to our clients.”
Kirk’s technical skills, knowledge of airline strategies, and understanding of how to build mutually beneficial relationships with community stakeholders and airlines are tremendous assets to the Mead & Hunt team.
Mead & Hunt is an employee-owned consulting firm and remains strong on ENR’s Top 500 design firm list with a national ranking of 119th in 2019. The firm employs nearly 900 employees from 30+ offices located across the nation. They were named by Zweig Group as one of the Best Firms to Work For, and by CE News one of the top 10 engineering companies to work for in the nation.
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