James I. Lundy

Vice President

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Mr. Lundy specializes in economic research, analysis, and the presentation of transportation data. During the course of his employment at Campbell-Hill, he has provided and directed research and analysis for over 500 air service presentations to passenger airlines and freight airlines on behalf of the firm’s airport clients.

He regularly prepares route forecasts and estimates total market sizes for air service presentations.   Mr. Lundy has developed industry-leading methods in developing an airport’s service area and forecasting traffic with potential new nonstop services.  This analysis has been successful in recruiting new air service for Campbell-Hill’s airport clients. 

Mr. Lundy is experienced in presenting and developing exhibits and reports used in regulatory filings.    He has developed and prepared exhibits in a majority of the contested route proceedings before the U.S. Department of Transportation over the past ten years.   He also has prepared a number of additional regulatory filings and anti-trust analyses to government agencies including the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Transportation Security Administration and the Japan Fair Trade Commission.  

Mr. Lundy also regularly contributes to expert witness testimony and reports in commercial aviation and rail matters.   These projects often involve calculating damages, estimating consumer benefits, cost-benefit analysis or economic impacts.  He also provides expert assistance in preparation for case depositions.   

Areas of Specialization

Aviation Financial Research and Analysis

Route Forecasting

Market Size Quantification and Leakage Analysis

Cost-Benefit Analysis

Anti-trust Analysis

Regulatory Analysis & Filings

Litigation Support

Economic Impact Studies

Econometric Analysis

Database and Statistical Analysis

Education

B.B.A., Finance, Minor in Economics, Magna Cum Laude, James Madison University
M.B.A., University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business