Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) has introduced the appointment of Nicola McMullen as aviation director.
The choice is a part of a wider reorganisation of the senior business staff on the airport.
McMullen will facilitate future development at LBA, main the event of recent and thrilling routes to locations throughout Europe and past.
She joins with over 18 years’ expertise within the aviation trade.
McMullen has spent the final 9 years working for Manchester Airport Group, holding roles in technique, aviation growth and as business director.
A graduate from Manchester Alliance Enterprise Faculty, with a grasp’s diploma in airport operations and repair supply, she grew up in Manchester and is a agency believer within the untapped potential of the north of England.
McMullen stated: “I’m happy to play a component within the development of LBA as an important hub for connecting the world to the north of England and the financial profit that brings throughout Yorkshire.
“That is an thrilling alternative and I’m trying ahead to shifting forward with creating sustainable development and an thrilling future journey proposition for passengers, following what was a troublesome interval for the entire aviation trade.”
As a part of business staff reorganisation, former LBA business director, John Cunliffe, will now maintain the function of business and technique director.
He’ll lead the general business and buyer providing for LBA, which incorporates the meals, beverage and shops, automotive parking and enterprise associate relationships, in addition to supporting the broader overarching technique for the enterprise.
Cunliffe joined LBA in 2018 as business director, bringing a robust business and aviation background from earlier roles at easyJet and Emirates.