Cardiff Airport have appointed former Heathrow executive Terry Morgan to an advisory role on the board.
Terry Morgan is a highly experience executives in the airport sector having previously been managing director at Stansted and a senior executive at Heathrow.
He joins the board in a non-executive role to support the existing team in delivering the existing strategic plan and the much-vaunted Cardiff Airport “Master Plan”.
Mr Morgan has worked as an independent consultant since 2013 advising UK airports on infrastructure, operations and future development.
Speaking about his appointment Mr Morgan said “To be joining Cardiff Airport at such a crucial point in its development is an excellent opportunity. I have been following the progress and positive changes at Cardiff over the past couple of years and it certainly is heading in a new and exciting direction. I look forward to working with the other members of the Airport Board and offering my experience and knowledge to deliver a sustainable and successful national Airport for Wales.”
Mr Morgan has sat on the UK National Aviation Security Committee, the board of Airports Council International and the board of the UK Airports Operators Association. He is a Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute and a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society.
Cardiff Airport chairman Roger Lewis added: “I am delighted to welcome Terry Morgan to the Board of Cardiff Airport as a Non-Executive Director. To have secured Terry speaks volumes about the way Cardiff Airport is now so positively perceived within the world of aviation. Terry brings over 35 years of experience, having worked with some of the industry’s major players. “