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O’Brian appointed CEO Reach Airports

O’Brian appointed CEO Reach Airports

Reach Airports, the U.S.-based joint venture between Munich Airport International’s (MAI) US holding and CAG Holdings, has announced the appointment of Andrew O’Brian as the company’s new chief executive officer. As an experienced business leader, O’Brian will assume responsibilities at Reach Airports on August 1, 2021.

Having successfully served in a number of key leadership positions in the aviation sector over the past decades, Andrew brings a wealth of expertise. He will guide Reach Airports in providing management, consulting and training services to airports in the North American market. In his new role, he will be responsible for overall company management, business development, and cooperation with airport-related partner firms.

“Andrew is a well-respected senior executive in the aviation industry. He has a track record of developing best-in-class airport organisations that provide premium service to clients and customers – this is exactly the caliber we are looking for to further build up Reach Airports as a strategic partner to airports, airlines and the public. Together we will bring Munich Airport’s operational expertise and outstanding consulting and training approach to shape the US’ aviation infrastructure for the future demands in mobility,” said Ralf Gaffal,  managing director at MAI.

O´Brian is currently president and CEO of Quiport, a SPV launched to invest, build and operate the Quito International Airport. He has been part of a global team of lenders, investors, developers and engineers to build a brand new greenfield international airport in the city of Quito. 


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