EBP analyzes economic opportunities, impacts and benefits associated with airport and aviation systems, services, policies and facility investments.
The firm has conducted individual and statewide projects covering over 500 airports – spanning the US, Canada, China, Japan, Singapore, Scotland, and South Africa. EBP’s aviation economics and planning services include:
- Documenting airports’ roles in supporting local, regional and state economies, as well as the U.S. and other national economies,
- Developing airports as a key element of economic development and urban growth plans,
- Evaluating business needs and opportunities for enhancing air services and airport facilities,
- Evaluating land development and intermodal service opportunities associated with airports, and
- Conducting benefit/cost and economic impact analysis for proposed airport investments.
EBP is also a research leader in aviation issues related to green technologies, sustainability, smart growth, and connectivity.