Arrival and departure times fluctuate. Gates change. Flight plans alter.
Tenant, airline, concession and airport staff come and go. Passengers check in
and depart. Clearly, air travel requires adaptability.
David G. Yeamans
But flexibility in aviation is more than how travelers get from one place to the
next. It begins with board room decisions about whether to build, expand or
renovate. It factors in aircraft mixes, gate utilizations, concession maximization,
passenger convenience and maintenance requirements. It enables the optimum
use of space in and around the airport to make air travel easily accessible and
simplified for travelers, airline crews and airport operators.
This year’s Aviation Special Report examines the ways Burns & McDonnell can
instill critical flexibility in the airport projects we plan, design and construct —
because your future success is directly linked to your ability to adapt.
We’re ready to make you successful.