Biggin Hill appoints Will Curtis as managing director
Curtis will join Biggin Hill in October, suceeding Jenny Munro.
London Biggin Hill Airport has appointed Will Curtis to take over as the new managing director, following the retirement of Jenny Munro.
Announcing the appointment, chairman Andrew Walters said that the arrival of Curtis will help the airport to build on its existing services.
Curtis is well known at the airport having previously served as managing director of Goldair from 1998-2007 and more recently as CEO of Swiss-owned Perfect Aviation. He has also previously worked in a senior role at Rizon Jet, making him known to almost every company on the airport.
“Will’s considerable experience as chief executive of business jet operators both here and abroad will add to the skills of our existing management and ensure that we develop our services to meet the high standards and requirements of this exciting sector,” said Walters.
Curtis said: “I am delighted by this opportunity to work together with the world class team at London’s Biggin Hill Airport in order to continue to encourage sustainable growth within the business aviation sector. I am confident that in the years to come, the airport will make an even greater contribution to the local economy and will provide increased employment prospects for local school and college leavers as we seek to attract further key strategic business investment to this area of London”