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News ON THE MOVE


Joe Lopano will become CEO of Tampa International Airport on January 1, 2011. He is currently executive vice president marketing & terminal management at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.


Brad Miller has become the new managing director of East Midlands Airport, replacing Penny Coates. Miller was previously projects and procurement director for the Manchester Airports Group.


Ato Tewolde G Mariam has been appointed CEO designate of Ethiopian Airlines and will become CEO on January 1, 2011. He succeeds Girma Wake, who is retiring at the end of the year, having led the airline since 2004.


Lee Lipton, previously with Southwest Airlines, has joined Aer Lingus as director of network planning. He has relocated to Dublin, Ireland, and started his new role on November 1.


Future oneworld carrier Air Berlin has appointed Christian Lesjak as executive vice president sales scheduled services, from November 1. He was previously director of sales, marketing and network planning at NIKI – a position he had held since April 2006.


Pacifi c Asia Travel Association (PATA) is on the hunt for a new president and CEO, following the resignation of Greg Duffell. He will leave the organisation at the end of January 2011.


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Christine Ourmières has been appointed CEO of CityJet. She has over 20 years experience in the airline industry and was most recently general manager and vice president for Air France and KLM in the US. Patrick Roux, senior vice president of the Americas, has taken over her responsibilities in the US, as well as the rest of the Americas.


Steve Jones, previously managing director of London Oxford Airport, is now in the Middle East as the new general manager of Al Bateen Executive Airport.


Hugh Aitken, previously head of marketing and aviation at Edinburgh Airport has joined easyJet as its new UK commercial manager.


Steven Polmans has been appointed manager cargo business development at Brussels Airport, following the departure of Didier Duponselle, who has joined Ahlers, the maritime logistics company.


Visit Jacksonville has appointed Daniel O’Byrne as its new president and CEO, replacing John Reyes, who has left to head up the Monterey County (California) Convention and Visitors Bureau.


George Michalopoulos, previously commercial director at Blu-Express, is now head of revenue management at Wizz Air.


David Scowsill took up the position of president and CEO of The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) on November 15.


Lufthansa’s new CEO is Christoph Franz, who will take over the reigns from Wolfgang Mayrhuber in January 2011. Franz is currently deputy chairman of the Star Alliance carrier.


Marc Watkins is now business development manager at Coventry Airport where he is responsible for attracting more scheduled commercial air services, along with freight, business and general aviation. He was previously with Birmingham International Airport.


Rickard Gustafson has been named the new president and CEO of SAS. He is currently CEO of the insurance company Codan/Trygg-Haansa.


First Aviation managing director and Monarch Airlines director, Alan Murray, left the group at the end of October and the management team are covering his responsibilities until a replacement is appointed.


Oliver Schlegl, head of network planning & revenue management commercial, at Wataniya Airways in Kuwait has left to become an airline consultant for the Hamburg-based consulting company PROLOGIS AG.


Ben James has joined Schiphol’s aviation marketing team in Amsterdam on a two- year exchange with Jasper Spruit, who has joined Brisbane Airport. Schiphol holds a 20% stake in the Australian gateway and James will be working in Spruit’s offi ce, working with Marcel Lekkerkerk until September 2012.


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