New head of operations at Paris-Vatry as it targets cargo growth

Paris-Vatry Airport has appointed Marcus Farrell as head of operations and a member of the board of directors.
Farrell has 28 years of experience in the aviation industry, beginning with TWA at Paris-CDG.
He held operational positions with airlines in Dublin and Paris before joining Air France’s Operations Control Centre in 1999.
He was most recently working on projects with Qatar Airways in Doha and SAS Ireland in Dublin.
Paris-Vatry is promoting itself as a European airport with plenty of capacity, free of restrictions on noise and airport slots.
Its two freight terminals have a capacity of 12,000 sq m storage space including a 2,500 sq m perishables centre and refrigerated hangars. The airport is fully committed to obtaining a CEIV pharma certification by Q3 2019.

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