Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) has welcomed the news that the Government are seeking views on the content of their new aviation strategy that has been published today.
Andrew Cornish, has resigned from his position as Chief Executive Officer at Liverpool John Lennon Airport, and will leave at the end of June.
Andrew joined the Airport Company in September 2014 and has overseen a successful period for LJLA, with annual passenger numbers rising from four million in 2014 to nearly 5 million today.
Significant investments have been made over the past two years in improved passenger facilities and customer service standards, with survey results showing that Liverpool is now delivering some of the highest levels of customer satisfaction against many other comparable UK and European airports.
Andrew leaves the business in a sound position and the Airport Company would like to thank him for his contribution to the business and wishes him well in his next venture.
The Airport Company will start the process of replacing Andrew in due course.
This weekend sees the start of Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s (LJLA) busiest time of the year once again, as the school holidays begin for many families from across the region.
Short break specialist Super Break has announced that they are to operate one of their ‘Incredible Iceland’ short break holidays from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) in February 2018.