Published on January 28th, 2019 | by Mark Dwyer0
New Head of Aviation Business Development at Cork
Brian Gallagher has been appointed as the new Head of Aviation Business Development at Cork Airport. Mr. Gallagher has more than seven years of experience working in aviation development across daa, with his most recent role as Airline Business Development Manager for Dublin Airport. His new role at Cork Airport will involve overseeing the continued development of partnerships with airlines, tourism partners and business stakeholders, to deliver continued route expansion and positive growth into the future.
Speaking on his new role at Cork Airport, Mr. Gallagher said “I am delighted to join the innovative and dedicated team at Cork Airport as Head of Aviation Business Development. I look forward to utilising my experience and knowledge of business development in the aviation industry to further strengthen route development at Cork Airport.”
Speaking with the Irish Examiner, Mr. Gallagher appears to be targeting transatlantic route development saying “Norwegian put us on the transatlantic map, and it has been a great addition to Cork Airport. He cited the B757 mid-size narrow-body aircraft as one that had the range, saying the runway was “not necessarily an obstacle” to American destinations. Cork Airport was very successful last year, and is on a good trajectory upwards, forecasting a 7% increase in passenger numbers for 2019.”
Norwegian will begin flying again to Providence T.F. Green Airport again from Cork on 1st April with a 3 per week service operating on Tuesday’s, Thursday’s and Saturday’s. The airline has said in the past that the runway in Cork is too short to operate to New York Stewart International Airport from Cork.
New Police Vehicles for the Airport
Three new state-of-the-art vehicles have been added to the fleet at Cork Airport as part of its continued investment in its policing and safety functions. The introduction of a hi-spec John Deere Gator Utility vehicle will improve the ability of the Airport Police Service (APS) to patrol and respond off-road and operate on all terrains during severe weather conditions. The second new addition to the APS fleet is a Skoda Kodiaq 4X4 patrol response vehicle.
In addition, a new dedicated safety vehicle, a Dacia Logan, has been purchased to ensure the continued compliance with new European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) regulations. All three vehicles have been customised to meet the operational needs of the APS and Safety Department, which are responsible for policing, operational security and safety at Ireland’s second busiest international airport.
General Manager of Operations and Safety at Cork Airport, Con Dooney said “It is fantastic to take delivery of these three new vehicles. They will play an important role in the continued safety and security operations at Cork Airport. This is part of our ongoing work with the EASA to ensure Cork Airport continues to meet the highest standards of aviation safety.”
Cork Airport Search Unit are Recruiting
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Posted by Cork Airport on Monday, 28 January 2019