London Luton Airport has introduced the appointment of Jonathan Rayner to the position of chief industrial officer. A
Within the job, Rayner might be accountable for rising and creating the industrial exercise of the airport by working with airways, retailers and different enterprise companions.
He’ll be a part of the group in early November.
Rayner joins Luton Airport from Edinburgh Airport, the place he’s at present aviation and digital director and has overseen transformational passenger progress and digital innovation.
Previous to this, he served in industrial management roles at numerous UK airports.
He’ll take over from Jonathan Pollard, who leaves the airport in September.
Rayner joins the airport at an important time in its restoration from the impression of coronavirus.
Regardless of passenger numbers being down by 74 per cent in July in comparison with the identical interval in 2019, Luton claims to be delivering the strongest restoration of any main UK airport.
Commenting on his appointment, Rayner mentioned: “I’m delighted to be becoming a member of London Luton Airport at such a vital time for the aviation trade.
“London Luton has proven robust indicators of restoration up to now, and I look ahead to making certain the airport continues to thrive within the wake of Covid-19.”