Siddharth Varkey

Research Project: Airline Schedule Padding and Consumer Choice Behavior

Siddharth Varkey is currently a senior business student at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He is presently majoring in Aviation Business Administration with a minor in economics and two areas of concentration in finance and flight operations (fixed-wing). Alongside this, he is also training to be a professional pilot with the university. Passionate about aviation, Embry-Riddle was a clear first choice and a good fit to fulfill this passion. He is presently going to begin working on a research project, which seeks to understand consumer response to airline schedule padding. Siddharth aims to have an international career in finance, and still growing his passion for aviation. In his free time, he loves to play soccer, go for a hike and the beach is always a personal favorite of his.

Elijah Kozloski

Research Project: How does On-Time Performance Differ between Full-service Carriers and Low-cost Carriers?

Elijah Kozloski is a recent graduate from the School of Business at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He volunteered and engaged in extracurricular activities that emphasize the benefits of conducting research. He was the president of the ERAU Investment Club and led club meetings and trips to Wall Street, New York and San Francisco, California. He was also a member of Eagle Consulting, a student-led consulting team that is actively engaged with the Air Carrier Incentive Program (ACIP) for the Prescott Municipal Airport. He was a member of Phi Beta Lambda and competed against many colleges in Arizona across various subjects including, Business Law, Marketing, and Business Ethics.