Back to the Airport
Return Strategies for Aviation

Airport sponsors and airline tenants alike are grappling with these unprecedented changes in airport operations. Based on our ongoing coordination with clients across the globe, Gensler’s FlightPlan 2020 program seeks to help our airports and airlines address immediate operational recommendations, heightened employee safety and consumer confidence, and future visions for the new passenger experience.

On Tuesday, June 30, Gensler Aviation Leaders and Principals Ty Osbaugh and Tim Hudson joined Global Practice Areas Leader Ray Shick to host a webinar. The in-depth discussion highlights a three-phased approach, which includes implementing a near-term flight plan with a focus on health and safety, leading the change through the ongoing pandemic, and reimagining a travel experience of the future.

Watch the webinar and download Gensler’s Back to the Airport Guidebook to learn more about how we’re working with clients to address strategies and solutions that not only get us back to traveling but also prepare us for the long-term future of airports.

Ty Osbaugh
Ty is a principal and a Global Cities Sector Leader at Gensler, who is focused on the firm’s Aviation practice. Ty has deep expertise in merging great design with careful technical leadership across a variety of global project types, including airport terminals, cargo facilities, and parking structures. He is based in Washington, D.C. Contact him at .
Tim Hudson
As an Aviation Leader, Tim brings more than 25 years of experience in the planning, design, and delivery of regional, hub, and international airport terminal projects. He has led project teams at some of the world’s busiest airports, such as Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, and Los Angeles International Airport, supporting both airport and airline clients, and brings a unique understanding of how to successfully deliver design solutions in active airport environments.