Kam Jandu to Take Over as Budapest Airport CEO

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Kam Jandu

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Kam Jandu will take over as the CEO of Budapest Airport on May 1 from Chris Dinsdale, who is leaving for Canada, the company tells the Budapest Business Journal.

Budapest Airport, the company which operates Ferenc Liszt International Airport, announced at the beginning of March that current CEO Chris Dinsdale will leave the company at the end of July, to take up the position of president and CEO of the Calgary Airport Authority, which operates two airports, including Calgary International Airport in Canada.

Kam Jandu has in-depth knowledge of the company, having joined Budapest Airport in 2009. Initially working as aviation director, and from 2013 as chief commercial officer, he has been involved in the implementation of the company’s strategic objectives.

Gerhard Schroeder, chairman of the board of directors of Budapest Airport said: “Kam Jandu can look back on 25 years of broad experience in the aviation industry. With him, Budapest Airport will be able to continue its successful development and further expand its role as Hungary's most important gateway. On behalf of the entire board of directors, I wish him every success in his new role.”

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