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Armando Brunini elected to lead European airport association

He succeeds Javier Marín, Executive Vice President of Aena

European airports’ trade association, ACI EUROPE (Airports Council International) yesterday held its General Assembly as part of its 33rd Annual Congress and General Assembly, hosted by Spanish airport operator Aena in Barcelona. During the General Assembly, Armando Brunini, CEO of SEA Milan Airports – Aeroporti di Milano Linate e Malpensa, was elected to lead the organisation as its President. He succeeds Javier Marín, Executive Vice President of Aena. 

During this year’s General Assembly, the following were also appointed to the Board of ACI EUROPE for a first term: Alan Borg, CEO, Malta International Airport (Malta), Stanislaw Wojtera, President of Polish Airports (Poland), Aletta von Massenbach, CEO and CFO, Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg (Germany), Wilma van Dijk, CEO, Rotterdam The Hague Airport – Royal Schiphol Group (Netherlands), Kenny Jacobs, CEO, daa (Ireland), Robert Sinclair, CEO, London City Airport (UK), Thomas Woldbye, CEO, Copenhagen Airports (Denmark) and Hüseyin Keskin, Chairman of the Board and Director General, State Airports Authority – DHMI (Turkey). 

In addition, appointed to the Board for a second term were Marco Troncone, CEO and General Manager, Aeroporti di Roma (Italy), and Nicolas Notebaert, CEO, VINCI Concessions and President, VINCI Airports (France).

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