Kata Cserep joined ICF in 2005. Ms. Cserep leads ICF’s airports practice and regularly advises airports with longer term strategic advice relating to traffic, pricing, regulations, incentives, and transactions. She is an expert at communicating the key demand and supply issues facing airports and the implications for business planning.
Ms. Cserep has been involved in a wide variety of aviation projects, including airline diagnostics and business planning; detailed market studies, including socioeconomics and tourism; and due diligence of airline and airport transactions. She regularly models the impact of network changes for airlines and airports, and she has produced several top-down (econometric) and bottom-up (route-by-route) traffic forecasts in mature and developing markets.
Ms. Cserep is an experienced project manager and a qualified Prince2 Practitioner.
Ms. Cserep has both a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge, Trinity College in the United Kingdom.