Richard Kaberry

 
Richard joined York Aviation as a Principal Consultant in January 2004 from Manchester Airport, where he spent over 20 years in a wide variety of managerial roles. His experience encompasses aviation policy development, corporate strategy, economic regulation, business planning, terminal management, and operations planning.  He has a thorough understanding of the aviation industry gained through representing Manchester in aviation policy forums at national and European level and through playing a key role in the development of Manchester’s long-term business strategy.
 
Since joining York Aviation, Richard has led on various studies in the UK and Europe and his primary areas of expertise include airport business planning and commercialisation, airport economic impact, airport economic regulation, and the general and business aviation sector.  Richard has recently led on research for the Department for Transport into the economic value of general and business aviation in the UK, the preparation of evidence on the social and economic impact of London City Airport in connection with planning applications, and the preparation for Krakow Airport in Poland (in conjunction with BBSG Poland and the David King Partnership) of a commercial revenue strategy.
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