Quito’s O’Brian to become CEO of Reach Airports
Outgoing Quiport president and CEO, Andrew O’Brian, will become CEO of US-based Reach Airports on August 1.
O’Brian says that he is looking forward to a new challenge after overseeing the growth and development of Ecuador’s Quito International Airport for the last eight years.
Reach Airports is a joint venture between Munich Airport subsidiary, Munich Airport International (MAI) and the Carlyle Group (CAG).
“I am delighted to be joining Reach Airports in Washington, DC, later this summer,” comments O’Brian.
“I look forward to building on CAG’s and Munich Airport International’s previous global success, to now lead unique and exciting airport operations, consulting and training opportunities; all tailored to the North American market and following our vision to operate throughout the Americas region.
“Together we support airports in becoming and staying fit for the future, and I am excited to contribute to this excellent professional team.”
O’Brian – who is being replaced in Quito by Ramon Miró – is currently president of ACI Latin America-Caribbean, which represents the interests of 69 operators from more than 275 airports in 34 countries.