Mr. Hill joined Campbell-Hill in June 2010. His work focuses on creating and delivering air service presentations for airport clients of all sizes. Mr. Hill regularly extracts and analyzes passenger and flight information from T-100 databases, OAG Schedules, and Diio Mi: Market Intelligence products to complete presentations for airport clients. In addition, Brooks provided research and analysis that helped Portland International Airport (PDX) and Alaska Airlines secure the first-ever nonstop flight between PDX and Reagan National Airport (DCA) in August 2012. Prior to DOT approval of the new route, PDX was the 2nd largest Washington, D.C.-area market without nonstop service.
Before joining Campbell-Hill, Mr. Hill worked as a senior revenue management analyst for US Airways at corporate headquarters from March 2000 to December 2005. At US Airways, Mr. Hill analyzed passenger traffic and managed seat inventory to maximize revenue. He also conducted frequent ad hoc analysis of markets to identify areas where revenue performance could improve. In addition, Mr. Hill worked in operations as a fleet service agent for US Airways at Reagan National Airport in 2006, where he was responsible for flight loading and unloading, aircraft departure and arrival guidance, and plane pushback for takeoff.
In 1994, he interned at the Munich Airport in Germany and acquired firsthand experience in airport marketing, operations, and work force development.
Areas of Specialization
Air Service Presentations
Route Planning and Analysis
Airline Alliance Strategies
B.A., Political Science/International Relations, Cum Laude, The University of Arizona
M.A., International Transactions, George Mason University