Daniel Galpin has extensive experience in traffic forecasting, combining a strong background in complex data analysis and modeling with an in-depth understanding of supply-side factors. In addition to high-level forecasting, he is familiar with more detailed design day modeling and its relationship to infrastructure requirements as well as the more commercial aspects of airports including air service marketing. Mr. Galpin works for airlines on a number of assignments, from high-level strategy and planning, to developing detailed network planning models.
Prior to joining ICF, Mr. Galpin worked for Virgin Atlantic Airways where he was the route revenue manager responsible for delivering budgets on a portfolio of transatlantic routes. He has also worked at NATS, the British Air Navigation Service provider, where he analyzed safety incidents, modeled airspace improvements, and forecast passenger demand and air traffic movements in the United Kingdom airspace and at United Kingdom airports.
Mr. Galpin has a BSc in Math and Physics from the University of Bristol, United Kingdom.