Auckland Airport CEO to step down

Staff reporters
Thu, 20 May 2021

Staff reporters
Thu, 20 May 2021
Auckland International Airport chief executive Adrian Littlewood will step down towards the end of this year after nearly nine years in the role.“Over the past year, Adrian has shown his considerable leadership skills through some of the most challenging times the business has ever faced,” said chair Patrick Strange.“With the sudden and highly disruptive impact of covid-19 on the company’s core business, Adrian has led a business response that has not only ensured the health, safety and wellbeing of Auckland Airport staf...

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