August 1, 2016


NICKHeadshotBNick Johnson founded Johnson Aviation in 2004 to provide leadership on high profile and contentious aviation projects. His work at Los Angeles International Airport and San Diego International Airport cleared the way for multi-billion-dollar development programs at both facilities.  The company has since expanded its client base to include the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), many large hub and general aviation airports, The Boeing Company, NASA, Dollar-Thrifty Rental Car, major land owners, developers, cities and federal-government contractors.  Prior to starting Johnson Aviation, Nick was vice president and partner with the international airport planning company Landrum & Brown.


Dorota Skrzypek began her aviation career as a commercial pilot ferrying aircraft for small businesses and individuals. After earning her BSc in Aviation Management she moved to solving airport problems. Her airport work includes analysis for large master planning efforts at Los Angeles International Airport, land use analysis for Southern California Airports, like San Luis Obispo and Perris Valley, airspace analysis for Syracuse Hancock International Airport, and regulatory evaluation of Part 150 noise studies and environmental reports. Recently, Dorota was part of the team that successfully transferred ownership of Ontario International Airport to the OIAA from LAWA.

Evan Pfahler brings nearly 20 years of experience supporting and managing airport landside, terminal, airside, and airspace planning projects. His recent project experience includes master plans for Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, San Diego International Airport, Palm Springs International Airport, LA/Ontario International Airport, and San Bernardino International Airport. Evan has also led or contributed to discrete planning tasks at San Francisco International Airport, SeaTac International Airport, Portland International Airport, and Van Nuys Airport. Evan’s objective is helping airports work collaboratively with tenants and stakeholders to enable completion of critical airport development projects.

Bonnie Sclafani joined the Johnson Aviation team in 2017 as the Corporate Administrator. She holds a BS in Finance and brings nearly 10 years of experience having worked in the commercial banking and financial services industry with a portfolio focusing on healthcare, higher education and not for profit clients. From Bonnie’s time in commercial banking, she brings her skills in relationship building, business development, underwriting and structuring credit transactions as well as formal credit/finance management training background to Johnson Aviation. Prior to this, Bonnie was a Vice President and Relationship Manager at JPMorgan Chase Bank in their Middle Market Banking Group.