Sydney Airport Corporation Limited (SACL) has announced the appointment of Kerrie Mather as managing director and CEO of Sydney Airport, effective from July 1.
Mather, who will continue in her current role as CEO of private airport ownership group MAp, has “15 years of relevant airport sector experience”, according to SACL chairman Max Moore-Wilton. Wilton is also chairman of MAp, which currently holds a 74 per cent stake in Sydney Airport.
“We’ll be focusing our efforts on unlocking this potential to boost our competitiveness, by working more closely with the Qantas Group, Virgin Australia and all our valued airline partners, to deliver the services and products they need to serve their passengers and grow their businesses,” Mather said in a statement.
Mather replaces current CEO Russell Balding, who is leaving SACL after five years in the role.
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