Ryanair’s passenger milestone at Oslo Rygge; Barcelona and Topeka Airports’ Cake awards; Expert commercial negotiator becomes BUD’s new route supremo; London Stansted Airport’s first anniversary under new ownership

On 26 February, Ryanair celebrated with a cake, six million passengers at Oslo Rygge Airport. The milestone was marked by (left to right): Elina Hakkarainen, Sales and Marketing Manager Nordics, Ryanair; and Joakim Bjørklund, the lucky passenger, who received a gift card from the ULCC.

The Barcelona Airport team shows off their Cake of the Week award.

Proudly showing-off their Cake of the Week certificate for last week’s Vueling service to Dakar are Barcelona Airport’s (from left to right): Maria del Mar Sánchez Quesada, Head of External Relations Department; Iván Ruiz Carmona, Member of the External Relations Department; Gloria Rodríguez Mir, Airport’s Head of Cabinet; Sonia Télez Serapio, Member of Strategy Planning Department; Esther Jariod Martínez, Head of Strategy Planning Department; Carolina López Martínez, Member of External Relations Department; Silvia del Pozo Peña, Member of Strategy Planning Department, Vanessa Requena Arnau, Head of Airport Management Centre (CGA) and Airport Marketing; and Natalia Estepa Clemente, Press Office Coordinator.

ack Penning, Director of Market Analysis, Sixel Consulting Group; and Eric Johnson, President/Director of Airports, MTAA pose with their Cake of the Week award.

Topeka Airport received its anna.aero Cake of the Week award for the fantastic cake baked for United Airline’s domestic service to Chicago O’Hare on 8 January. Proudly posing with their certificate were (left to right): Jack Penning, Director of Market Analysis, Sixel Consulting Group; and Eric Johnson, President/Director of Airports, MTAA.

Balázs Bogáts, Budapest Airport’s new Head of Airline Development.

Balázs Bogáts has been appointed as Budapest Airport’s new Head of Airline Development taking the place of Patrick Bohl, who recently moved to become Head of Retail and Advertising. Balázs will lead the well-known team of experienced airline development managers, Sándor Saly and Eszter Almási, ensuring business continuity for existing airline partners.

On 27 February, London Stansted Airport celebrated its first anniversary under new ownership, by MAG, which acquired the airport for £1.5 billion from Heathrow Airport Holdings. The event was marked by more than 200 guests that gathered at Duxford Imperial War Museum near Cambridge, including Andrew Harrison, Managing Director, London Stansted, pictured here addressing to the audience at the anniversary dinner.


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