2020 Airline Economics Conference

2020 Airline Economics Conference

January 20- 22, 2020 | Dublin, Ireland


The Airline Economics Growth Frontiers Dublin conference will cover areas like Macro-Economic & Political Dynamics, Fuel Prices and the Environment for Fuel Hedging, and much more. The conference will focus on current developments and hot topics in the commercial aviation industry; with an emphasis on finance and leasing of aviation assets.


Join mba at the Airline Economics Growth Frontiers Dublin conference from January 19th to 22nd at the Shelbourne Hotel.  Contact mba to schedule a meeting at the Shelbourne with a member of our consulting team in attendance.

Speaking Engagements


Economic outlook and the outlook for the aviation sector

Lindsey Webster | January 20th, 2020


Airline Rating & Credit Panel

Anne Correa | January 21st, 2020

Airline credit risk and the impact on lessors


Airline Rating & Credit Panel

Anne Correa | January 21st, 2020

Airline credit risk and the impact on lessors


Intangible Assets

Anne Correa | January 22nd, 2020

Discussing the value in alternative assets in aviation such as slots, routes collateralization, spare parts and engines. Including the fundamentals of value and methodology.

mba Team in Attendance


  • Mr. David Tokoph
  • Ms. Lindsey Webster
  • Ms. Anne Correa

Contact team members to set up meetings at the event!

2020 ISTAT America’s

2020 ISTAT America’s

March 1- 3, 2020 | Austin, Texas


The ISTAT America’s conference which is held annually, is the leading aviation conference in North America. This year 10 mba team members will be attending and mba will be leading and managing the Tuesday Lunch Deep Dive on “Aircraft Transitions”

About ISTAT


ISTAT (International Society of Transport Aviation Trading) currently has more than 1700 members worldwide involved in operating, manufacturing, maintaining, selling, purchasing, financing, leasing, appraising, insuring or otherwise engaging in activities related to commercial transport category aircraft. ISTAT is governed by its bylaws and the volunteer ISTAT Board of Directors, which is composed of and elected by the members. ISTAT has established rigorous testing and qualification standards for members who are engaged in appraising aircraft and support equipment. Within ISTAT is a core group of professional aircraft appraisers who work cooperatively for the elevation of the appraisal profession within the world aviation community. Each ISTAT member, who has satisfactorily demonstrated that he or she is qualified to appraise airline transport aircraft, has been granted the right to use one of the ISTAT professional designations, established by ISTAT and predicated upon a set group of criteria.


mba Team in Attendance


  • Mr. David Tokoph
  • Ms. Lindsey Webster
  • Mr. Marc Wilson
  • Ms. Anne Correa
  • Mr. Jacob Agnew
  • Mr. Alex Cosaro
  • Ms. Lindsey Singleton
  • Ms. Natasha Sidhu
  • Mr. Steven Harokopus
  • Mr. Ryan Cross

Contact team members to set up meetings at the Event!