Andrew flies out

THE boss at Bristol International Airport will soon be making a departure of his own. Managing director Andrew Skipp has

THE boss at Bristol International Airport will soon be making a departure of his own.Managing director Andrew Skipp has decided to leave the company after 18 years. Mr Skipp, aged 47, joined the airport in 1989, was made financial director in 1992 and became managing director in 2002.He said: "I have been considering this decision for some time with a view to embarking on new and different challenges and, as the airport prepares to enter the next phase of its development, it is time for someone new to take over." BIA chairman, Simon Geere, said: "We would like to thank Andrew for the commitment he has given over the last 18 years. He has played a significant role in the development and growth of the airport and we wish him well for the future."Mr Skipp will remain in his post until a successor is found.


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