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Article from BTNews 7 SEPTEMBER 2020

Lutonís new Chief Commercial Officer

Jonathan Pollard is to leave the airport by the end September, switching to Gatwick, and will be replaced by another Jonathan.

Joining the airport is Jonathan Rayner, currently Aviation and Digital Director at Edinburgh where he has overseen transformational passenger growth and digital innovation. Prior to this, he served in commercial leadership roles at a number of UK airports. 

In his new role Jonathan will be responsible for growing and developing the airport’s commercial activity by working with airlines, retailers and other business partners operating from the airport, and will join the airport in early November.  One of his first tasks will be to oversee from the airport’s point of view, the integration of the new DART people mover from the airport to Luton Parkway station due to become operational next year.  

Commenting on his appointment, Jonathan said: “I’m delighted to be joining London Luton Airport at such a critical time for the aviation industry. LLA has shown strong signs of recovery so far, and I look forward to ensuring the airport continues to thrive in the wake of Covid-19."

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