Eric Toler provides project support for the firm’s Airport and Airline Business Advisory practices. His experience includes aviation-related market analysis and research, traffic forecasting (route and airport-level), and other supporting data analysis. Eric has conducted air traffic and air service analysis for numerous airport and airline clients across multiple continents, and assists with project coordination and the preparation of project deliverables.
Eric’s air cargo-related background includes substantial analytical support in developing an air cargo service development strategy for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Other cargo related work includes air service development analytical support for Baltimore-Washington International Airport (from 2013 to the present) as well as aviation activity forecasts for airports in Santiago, Chile; Barranquilla, Colombia; and Montevideo, Uruguay.
Mr. Toler has an M.A. in Latin American Studies/International Trade and Economic Development from Georgetown University and a B.A. in Latin American Studies/Business Administration from the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill.