Cornwall Airport Limited has named a managing director for Newquay Cornwall Airport.
Al Titterington has been promoted to the position after more than three years at the facility in the capacity of airport operations director.
Titterington commented: “I am delighted to be given the opportunity to lead Newquay Cornwall Airport in the next stage of its development.
“Whilst acknowledging the challenging economic climate, especially for the aviation sector, there are significant opportunities to develop aviation activities at the airport to supplement its passenger business which will be key to the airport’s future. Having a clear strategy in this area I am certain that the future of the airport will be a prosperous one.”
Chairman of the airport board, Andrew Skipp, added: “We are extremely pleased to have made this thoroughly deserved appointment. The Board are confident that under Al’s leadership the airport will flourish maximising the vital role it plays in supporting the Regional Economy. Cornwall needs and deserves a successful airport and we believe that he is the right person to deliver this.”
Cornwall Council’s Cabinet member for economy and regeneration, Cllr Carolyn Rule, welcomed the appointment and said: “Cornwall airport is a valuable commodity and has a vital role to play in the Cornish economy. I am really pleased to see Al take up this key position and I’m sure he will lead the airport to a prosperous future.”