ASM’s Lee Lipton appointed Senior Vice President, Aviation Strategy

ASM today announced that Associate Consultant, Lee Lipton, has been appointed Senior Vice President, Aviation Strategy.

ASM, the global consulting firm who founded Routes, today announced that Associate Consultant, Lee Lipton, has been appointed Senior Vice President, Aviation Strategy.

Based in Vancouver, Canada, Lipton will continue to support ASM’s worldwide client base and global network providing air service development, strategy, planning, marketing and other commercial services to the world's airports and air transportation stakeholders.

In his expanded role, Lipton will be helping drive ASM’s strategy and growth with an expanded footprint. He’ll continue to work with airports along with investors, operator groups, financial institutions, infrastructure developers and airlines, as well as reaching new markets.

David Stroud, Managing Director of ASM, said: “I am delighted that Lee will be taking on this new role with ASM. His experience in the industry is extensive and he has already proved to be a valuable asset to the team. I look forward to working with Lee to further develop our business and client base.”

On the announcement, Lipton said, “I enjoy working with airports to achieve route development success, and am excited about expanding my role to also help other aviation businesses leveraging the widening array of products and services offered by ASM and the Aviation Week Network.”

ASM provides clients with strategic guidance to expand their route networks and increase passenger numbers; in addition, ASM also offers a leading portfolio of training courses in the field of air service development.

This latest announcement from ASM follows a successful 2018 and a long history of supporting airports, airlines, tourism authorities and governments with the development of new routes since the company was founded in 1993.

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