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Farnborough Airport appoints Richard Wittels as Business Development Manager

Posted 3 March 2020 · Add Comment

Farnborough Airport today announced the appointment of a new Business Development Manager, Richard Wittels, effective immediately.

Images courtesy Farnborough Airport

Richard Wittels (above) brings over 14 years of experience in the business aviation industry through his work at TAG Aviation UK.

Richard will be responsible for identifying opportunities aimed at further developing the business and will also focus on demonstrating to the industry and customers, the complete portfolio of services and facilities available at the airport. 

“We are delighted to welcome Richard to the team as the airport continues to deliver a world-class, bespoke experience for its customers,” said Brandon O’Reilly, CEO Farnborough Airport. “At Farnborough Airport, we are always looking at ways to further strengthen our position as Europe’s leading business aviation airport and Richard’s experience and skills will contribute to our ongoing success.”

Last year was another important year of milestones for Farnborough Airport, including the acquisition of the airport by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets and a year-on-year increase in air traffic movements of 5.3% for the full year.

The airport also hosted a coalition of business aviation organizations from around the globe for the sustainable aviation fuel initiative event, 'Fuelling the Future' and was named a winner at the IEMA (The Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment) Sustainability Awards 2019, further underlining the airport’s ongoing commitment to responsible and sustainable development.


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