James is an ATM and Airports Consultant with an Aerospace Engineering (MEng) degree from the University of Bristol. He has a strong analytical and engineering background and has leveraged these skills with his knowledge of ATM and airports to become a highly experienced consultant.
His work has included conducting concept development and safety assessment work for London Gatwick airport’s concept to bring the northern runway into full-time use. He has also acted as an expert advisor to large scale international project that involves implementing capacity enhancing solutions, an airspace redesign and procurement of new equipment. In addition, he has developed experience with validation, cost benefit analysis and modelling aircraft performance to estimate noise impacts around airports.
James is also interested in how the MIT STAMP safety methodology can be utilised with the ATM and Airport industry. Similarly, he has a particular interest in the safe integration of Spaceflight into air traffic management.