Simonet takes the helm at Belgian gateway

Marie Dominique Simonet has been appointed president of Liege Airport, succeeding José Happart, who becomes senior vice-president.
According to Simonet: “Liege Airport is a success story which has brought Liege and Wallonia to the international scene.
“There are several significant challenges ahead: airport security, relationships with the federal and Walloon authorities (Belgocontrol, air traffic rights, etc.), the takeover of TNT by FedEx, and the commercialisation of the economic activity zones.
“Together with the entire board of directors, these are challenges I am preparing to take on,” Simonet concluded.

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