Sudbury

Todd Tripp named new CEO of Greater Sudbury Airport

Sudbury's airport has a new chief executive officer. The airport community development corporation announced that Todd Tripp was appointed to the position.

Tripp's background includes working for Air Canada and Toronto's Pearson International Airport

The Sudbury airport has a new CEO. Todd Tripp was recently appointed to the position, after the retirement of Bob Johnston. (www.flysudbury.ca)

Sudbury's airport has a new chief executive officer.

The airport community development corporation announced that Todd Tripp was appointed to the position.

In a news release, the corporation, which manages the Greater Sudbury Airport, said that Tripp brings aviation experience with Air Canada and Toronto Pearson International Airport.

"Mr. Tripp brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in aviation to his new position of CEO," Bish Bora, the chair of the development corporation's board of directors was quoted as saying in the release.

"We are confident that Todd's experience and leadership will successfully lead the Greater Sudbury Airport through its next phase of evolution."

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