Our clients are diverse in size and focus. From the Port Authority of NY & NJ (PANYNJ), the largest of its type in the world, right down to the Hagerstown Regional Airport (HGR), we have become the recognized leader in airport management services to the airport middle market.
We have a highly developed consultative stakeholder process that leverages the depth and breadth of our knowledge and expertise while recognizing that every airport is unique. We define priorities in close consultation with each client, and we set a path to achieve them.
We have an internationally recognized commitment to efficiency & quality standards. We know of no other US competitor who, in addition to the usual FAA certifications, has also been able to secure and maintain an ISO 9001 Quality Management Standard (at TEB); and an ISO 14001 Environmental Management Standard (at HPN).
From our consultative shareholder process, to our staff training, to our formulation/dissemination of best practices, we are committed to collaboration and partnering as essential differentiators that characterize the Avports strategic approach.
Our staff is often cross-trained in multiple facets of the airport operation creating not only operational and cost efficiency, but a more highly knowledgeable, motivated, and capable team that understands how multiple systems work together to deliver the best outcomes.
Municipalities and airport authorities are very experienced working within their own local and regional jurisdictions, but are typically limited in their knowledge and familiarity with airport operations nationally.
By contrast, Avports’ experience comes from working with a broad swathe of airport types and communities, as well as numerous governmental agencies from around the country. This gives us a unique ability to create and/or interact with a range of best practices, and to apply what we have learned over the years from the many diverse perspectives we experience within our portfolio.
When a client joins our “family of projects”, they instantly become part of a close-knit peer group. They gain a network of support for the sharing of the very latest best practices, strategies and developments for improving airport management and operations.