MANAGEMENT OVERHAUL FOR QAL

Written on the 23 May 2014

MANAGEMENT OVERHAUL FOR QAL Queensland Airports Limited (QAL) has announced that within the next few months it will be significantly re-structuring its management team.

The new QAL executive group is to be overseen by current Chief Operating Officer of Gold Coast Airport Pty Ltd Paul Donovan (pictured).

The Gold Coast Airport marketing team will be transferred to the new corporate unit alongside Chief Financial Officer of QAL David Collins and General Manager of Economic Development Queensland Chris Mills.

Managing Director and CEO of QAL Dennis Chant says that each new representative of the corporate group will bring valuable experience to their roles and assist in the development of QAL as a company.

“The establishment of a group-wide Marketing and Business Development team and Paul Donovan’s extensive knowledge of the tourism and aviation industries will enhance our airport team’s ability to work with the destinations serviced by our airports,” says Chant.

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