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It is great to see Andrew Harrison being promoted to Managing Director of Manchester Airport from his current role as Commercial Director.
Not only is it justified and rich reward for the excellent developments that Harrison has driven across a wide range of sectors (including duty free, consumer services and food & beverage) in recent times but the promotion is tremendous news for the whole airport commercial revenues sector.
How often in the past have we heard that the voice of commercial revenues is not heard sufficiently at the highest level of airport management? How many airport Commercial Directors can you name that have risen to the very top of airport companies? Not many would be your answer and you would be right.
Andrew is a great guy with a great commercial vision. That has been truly recognised via this appointment as has the importance of his area of responsibility. Expect Manchester Airport to go from strength to strength under his leadership – and for commercial revenues to continue to flourish.