Position: Senior Associate
Professional Experience: 9 Years
B.S. / Gatton College of Business and Economics, University of Kentucky / Management / 2005
M.B.A. / Eastern Kentucky University / Masters of Business Administration / 2009
Paul Wiedemann’s technical expertise is in data analysis, financial modeling, demand forecasting, and strategic planning. Paul is experienced in the areas of business plans, benefit cost analysis, air service feasibility studies, aviation system planning, airport demand forecasting, economic impact analyses, airport capacity determination, web design, software design, video production, business and consumer surveys, and research.
Paul has worked on over 30 business plans to improve the financial performance, economic development and operation of each airport. Examples include Lock Haven (PA), Palo Alto (CA), Tri-Cities (NY), Oswego County (NY), Watertown (NY), Canandaigua (NY), Fort Smith (AR), Morehead (KY), Cape May (NJ), Millville (NJ), Delaware Airpark (DE), Civil Air Terminal (DE), Lake Cumberland Regional (KY), Hartness (VT), Knapp (VT), Middlebury (VT), Rutland (VT), Lee’s Summit (MO), New Braunfels (TX) and Denton (TX).
Paul Wiedemann has also worked on the air service feasibility studies for Anderson (SC), Dover (DE), Jamestown (NY), Somerset (KY), and for the Big Sandy Region (KY). He has worked on the benefit/cost analysis for Monroe (NC) and Sussex (DE). Paul has also worked on the demand forecasts for Buffalo Niagara International Airport, Mt. Sterling (KY), Venice (FL), and the demand and capacity forecasts for three multi-year system plans including the North Central Texas General Aviation and Heliport System Plan.
In North Central Texas, Paul developed an aviation demand forecasting software program Avcast 2.0® that incorporates both objective (statistical) and subjective (judgmental) criteria in the forecasting of regional operations, registered aircraft, based aircraft and operations at each of the 44 airports in the system. He has also developed a model that will forecast the need for airport facilities, the cost of those facilities, and the appropriate funding source.
Paul Wiedemann has participated on the aviation system plan, inventory, demand capacity, and aviation video for the state of Delaware. Paul also manages the firm’s contract work involving the state of Delaware’s aircraft operations counting program, pavement management system, and safety inspection program.