National Aviation Day: What Does Aviation Mean to You?
For 52 years, ICF has applied their passion and expertise to the aviation industry. For a company with such a rich history in the industry, we asked our consultants, “What does aviation mean to you?” Join us in celebration of National Aviation Day 2015 and tell us what it means to you!
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - National Aviation Day: What Does Aviation Mean to You?
To me, aviation means personal growth. Aviation is not only a key driver
of the global economy, but it enables the ability to learn about different
cultures, food, ideas and ways of thinking that you would never
experience without the aviation industry.
~ Jonathan Berger, VP Aerospace & MRO Advisory
Aviation is the industry that truly connects the world—opening new
markets to businesses and allowing peoples to explore and understand
other cultures in our amazing world.
~ John Mowry, Global Managing Director/Aviation Consulting & Services
~ Stuart Rubin, Principal Aircraft Finance & Leasing Advisory
No matter how old I get, I always look at aviation and all its
achievements like a little kid—there's always a sense of wonder
~ Kata Cserep, Principal and Co-Leader Airports Advisory
Whenever I tell people I work in aviation, they always have something to say.
Whether it’s their tales of lost luggage, a great experience on a new airline,
or telling me that their local airport really should have direct flights to the
south of France. It is a subject everyone has an opinion on, and I love that.
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ICF International's founder was former Tuskegee Airman "Lucky" Lester,
and we continue to honor him and build on our aviation heritage. ICF’s
aviation consulting business was established through the acquisition of
SH&E, founded in 1963, and is today one of the oldest and largest aviation
consulting practices. Today, we deliver comprehensive services, thought
leadership, and subject matter expertise that stakeholders in all aspects
of aviation need to navigate a complex and evolving aviation industry.