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Article from BTNews 12 NOVEMBER 2018

Aberdeen Airport new MD

Royal Military Academy Sandhurst graduate Steve Szalay, who has held a series of senior executive roles within the aviation sector including positions with Jet2.com and ground handling company dnata, has been appointed managing director of Aberdeen International Airport.

Szalay, whose previous roles involved working across a number of airports including Heathrow and Gatwick, will work closely with Aberdeen parent company AGS chief executive Derek Provan.

Provan said: “We have recruited someone who is not only well regarded within the industry but, crucially, has extensive experience of working with an array of airlines, ground handling companies and airports.”

Szalay added: “Aberdeen Airport is a business that plays an important role in supporting the connectivity and success of the North East and is committed to delivering for the Aberdeen region.

“I am looking forward to building further on the success as the airport moves through the third and final phase of its comprehensive terminal transformation programme.

“AGS has delivered an airport that truly matches the ambitions of the city and I’m looking forward to working with my new colleagues, as well as with our city and national partners, to ensure we continue to deliver for our passengers.”

www.aberdeenairport.com

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