Kevin J. Schorr

Vice President


Mr. Schorr specializes in creating and delivering air service presentations and providing strategic advice for airport clients of all sizes. He has been involved with air service development efforts for over sixty different airports, targeting service from every U.S. domestic carrier and a host of international airlines. Mr. Schorr has been performing air service development consulting services for airports since 2001. Prior to that, he was the Director of Domestic Strategies and Alliances for Trans World Airlines (“TWA”). Mr. Schorr was a member of the ACI-NA Marketing and Communications Committee Steering Group for nine years and currently serves on an ACRP panel for Project 03-44 entitled “Building and Maintaining Air Service Through Incentive Programs.”

Mr. Schorr has worked with airports ranging from those with no scheduled service to some of the busiest airports in the world. Every community has its own air service development challenges and some are focused on that first nonstop flight to Europe or Asia whereas others are more focused on an additional weekly frequency or upgauging to larger aircraft. Regardless of the air service goals and objectives – developing a strong business case with a solid analytical foundation is imperative for any air service development effort and the cornerstone of Mr. Schorr’s work.

Areas of Specialization

Air service development presentations

Stakeholder engagement

Airport survey design and implementation

Airline network strategy

Route planning and analysis

Incentive program design

Economic analysis of aviation issues

Public speaking


B.S. Civil Engineering, M.S. Civil Engineering (Transportation Systems) and
M.B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis