Elizabeth Jaedicke has extensive expertise in data analysis, statistical methods, and project management relating to airlines and airports. She specializes in constructing forecast models to predict passenger, cargo, and flight long-term growth. Models consist of consensus forecasts based on airport share models, econometrics, and trip propensity forecast techniques.
Ms. Jaedicke's forecasts are often used to determine future infrastructure needs and as inputs to financial models in connection with airport privatization transactions. In addition, she has experience analyzing passenger survey data and airline reservations databases. Her interests include aviation development in the challenging environment of emerging markets.
Ms. Jaedicke has a masters degree in Public Administration/International Development from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and a B.A. in History from Texas A&M University.