Carl Selinger helps aviation and transportation organizations with business
strategy and applying new technologies.
Carl gives professional development seminars – including his unique “Stuff
You Don’t Learn in
Selinger's forty-year career spans aviation, transportation planning and strategic business planning, mainly during his 31-year career with The Port Authority of NY & NJ. Leaving as Manager, Aviation Business Development, Carl developed business, concessions and technology initiatives to improve services and increase revenues at Kennedy, LaGuardia and Newark Liberty airports, one of the world's largest airport systems. His motto: "Ideas are always welcomed!" Carl managed programs at the Port Authority that returned over $20 million in annual revenues, including: airport advertising; prepaid phonecards; CNN Airport Network; public Internet stations; car rentals; interactive multimedia payphones; developed preconditioned air systems at aircraft gates; 5,000 payphones at all PA facilities; marketed Pan Am's $500 million major aircraft maintenance base at JFK; planned the 30-year-old Express Bus Lane on the I-495 Lincoln Tunnel approach; Manhattan Staggered Work Hours Program; authored the Port Authority's first "Strategic Plan"; and guided the start-up of the Air Brook shuttle between Ridgewood (NJ) and EWR.
Carl is a frequent guest speaker, and facilitates
strategic planning sessions, focus groups and "Synectics"
brainstorming sessions. His professional
development seminar, "Stuff You Don't Learn in
Carl has extensive
college teaching experience: Adjunct
Professor of Civil Engineering at The Cooper Union teaching urban
transportation planning for over 35 years.
He has taught graduate-level aviation and transportation planning
courses at SUNY Maritime College, Pace University, New Jersey Institute of
Technology and City University of New York (
holds civil and transportation engineering degrees from Cooper Union,
9 Aldon Terrace,
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.carlselinger.com