21 MAY 2018


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Article from BTNews 21 MAY 2018

Airport merry go round

Neil Garwood was confirmed last week as the new managing director of Southampton Airport. 

He takes over on 1 June from Dave Lees, who has been appointed chief executive of Bristol Airport, beginning in August.

Garwood joined Southampton in October 2010 after six years in the rail freight sector. Initially responsible for management of the terminal facilities, he was promoted to head of customer service in July 2011.

He then took on the role of head of operations in March 2016 with responsibility for all operational activities across the airport including security, airfield, customer experience and the fire service.

Garwood said: “I am taking over at a very exciting time for the airport and I am looking forward to working with the great team here to ensure we continue to deliver for our passengers and the region.”

AGS Airports chief executive Derek Provan said: “During his eight-year career at Southampton Airport, Neil has held a series of senior positions and now takes on the leadership of a hugely dedicated and committed team who are focused on achieving even further success.”


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