Daniel is an Aviation Consultant at Airbiz and a member of the Analytics & Modelling team. He is involved across a range of analytical studies in air transport forecasting as well as demand and capacity modelling for the various elements in the airport system. He is an experienced passenger terminal simulation modeller and analyst and has undertaken numerous passenger simulation studies at airports including Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Auckland, Narita and Bristol, and throughout extensive airline networks such as Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin Australia, Air New Zealand and Cathay Pacific.
Daniel has been trained on the FAA Integrated Noise Model to prepare aircraft noise contours in the vicinity of airports. This involves aircraft movement analysis and forecasts, runway usage and flight track analysis and advanced helicopter noise modelling. He has been involved in preparation of NEF, N70 and respite noise contours for a number of major international hub airports, as well as busy corporate and general aviation airports including Essendon, Darwin, Alice Springs, Brisbane, and Perth. This has included the Current and Future Flight Paths and Aircraft Noise Information Booklet for the 2014 Brisbane Airport Master Plan, which was awarded the 2014 Airports Association of Australia (AAA) Corporate Project of the Year.
He also has previous consulting experience in audit, data analysis, programming and risk services.
Daniel holds a Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science from Swinburne University. He was awarded the 2014 Airbiz Frank Magee scholarship, undertaking research on Airport Climate Adaption and Resilience.
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