Transport & Mobility

Our expertise in the Transport and mobilty sector, drawn from industry, legal and consultancy backgrounds, allows for a broad range of services to be tailored to our clients’ specific requirements. Our international aviation practice understands the complexity of the many interconnected markets from airlines to airports to airport retail and everything in between.

Our focus

Our focus goes beyond core policy areas in aviation to support our clients in broader topics that are crucial to the transport sector such as infrastructure development, environmental concerns, or the adoption of emerging technologies. We deliver clear and effective advice to forward our clients objectives.

Key People

John Hume

I founded Hume Brophy in 2005 along with Eoin Brophy and have successfully built it into one of the fastest growing and successful global co...
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Position
Founding Director
Location
Dublin
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Chris Mehigan

I am the Director for Strategic Relationships in Hume Brophy’s Brussels office and have 15 years’ experience working in public affairs. ...
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Position
Managing DIrector - Transport and Mobility
Location
Brussels
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Cameron Gray

I am a Director in Hume Brophy’s cross-jurisdiction transport team, working on client briefs primarily in the aviation industry – as wel...
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Position
Director
Transport
Location
London
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Kujtesa Hajredini

I am a Government Affairs, Policy and Project Management specialist in Hume Brophy’s Brussels office. I support a range of international c...
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Position
Senior Account Manager
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Transparency registry

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