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Bryan E. Johnson, A.A.E. joins Aviation Management Consulting Group

Aviation Management Consulting Group (AMCG) announced the recent addition of Bryan Johnson to the AMCG team as a Consultant based out of the firm’s Colorado office. AMCG maintains offices in Colorado, Missouri, and California.

Bryan brings to AMCG and the firm’s clients an extensive depth (over 20 years) of airport planning, management, operations, and development experience at a mix of general aviation and commercial air carrier service airports. Immediately prior to joining AMCG, he was the Airport Director at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (BJC – Broomfield, Colorado) and prior to moving to Colorado, Bryan was the Assistant Director of Aviation at Quad City International Airport (MLI – Moline, Illinois).

“The entire AMCG team is excited to have Bryan join the firm and bring with him a broad range of airport management experiences, industry relationships throughout the Great Lakes and Northwest regions, and ideas to assist the firm’s clients with enhancing their GAME (General Aviation Management Excellence).”, said Jeff A. Kohlman, Managing Principal of AMCG.

Bryan’s extensive airport management experience will be immediately applied to the firm’s client projects in areas including strategic/business planning, primary management and compliance document development (e.g., rules and regulations, leasing/rents and fees policy, minimum standards, and development standards), aeronautical and non-aeronautical project assessment and planning, and rent and fee studies.

"With new leadership, advancements in technology, and employees committed to engaging and advancing the client's aviation industry goals, I am pleased to be become a member of the new AMCG Team!", said Bryan Johnson.

In addition to being an Accredited Airport Executive of the American Association of Airport Executives, Bryan has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Management from the Metropolitan State University of Denver. Bryan maintains a commercial pilots license.

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Best wishes,
Bill Shea
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