Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority Announces Promotions

Published on : Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Nashville-International-Airport-300x94As the greater Nashville area continues to grow, the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) is planning for the future of Nashville International Airport and John C. Tune Airport. MNAA President and CEO Rob Wigington announces the following promotions:

• Doug Kreulen to Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
• Amy Armstrong to Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer for Workforce Strategy and Development
• Robert Ramsey to Chief Engineer and Vice President of Development and Engineering
• Christine Vitt to Vice President of Strategic Planning and Sustainability
• Emily Richard to Vice President of Strategic Communications and External Affairs
• Trudy Carson to Director of Air Service Development

“As members of an outstanding MNAA leadership team, these leaders will assume expanded roles and responsibilities to help us meet our goals and objectives: (1) safety and security as our highest priority; (2) outstanding customer service—the Nashville Airports Experience; (3) economically sustained services and facilities; and (4) high-performing systems,” Wigington said. “Nashville International Airport surpassed the 10 million passenger milestone last fiscal year, and the forecast is for continued, rapid growth—doubling that number in approximately 20 years.”

“With the economic growth of Nashville and the region we serve, we can expect the population, businesses, visitors and conventions will continue to grow, placing even greater demands on our facilities and services,” Wigington continued. “We are moving forward aggressively to continue to add new non-stop flights, rebuild critical infrastructure, undertake new sustainability and environmental initiatives and develop long-term strategies to serve Nashville in the future. Our people are our best asset, all contributing to creating the Nashville Airports Experience for our passengers, business partners and employees.”

Source:- Nashville Airport


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