Adam advises many of the world’s leading aerospace OEMs and international airlines, bringing them over 11 years of experience in the aviation and aerospace industry. Based in New York, he offers his client base significant expertise in business strategy and planning, performing cost and operations diagnostics, forecasting market demand, and developing and implementing long-term business plans.
Adam specializes in quantitative analysis and modeling of commercial aviation trends, supporting financial transactions, restructuring activities, and mergers and acquisitions. He is recognized for his leading aerospace market forecasts and is a frequent speaker at aviation industry conferences.
Before joining Alton, Adam was a principal at SH&E and ICF, where he was a key member of the aerospace and MRO advisory practice and led the New York-based consulting team. Earlier, he worked in the electronic systems division of Northrop Grumman.
Adam earned his BS in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania, where he also earned minors in Economics and Mathematics.
By Adam Cowburn, Adam Guthorn, Bradley Dailey, Brian Rynott, Isobel Fenton, John Mowry, Laetitia Achille | Article
There are many factors that influence aircraft values, but these factors can be complex. In a special white paper authored for the Airfinance Journal's 2018-2019 Annual, Alton Aviation Consultancy authored...