The Bavarian Finance Minister and Supervisory Board Chairman of Munich Airport, Albert Füracker, officially introduced Nathalie Leroy and Jan-Henrik Andersson as new members of the management board at Munich Airport together with airport CEO Jost Lammers.
Nathalie Leroy, who was born in France, has been the Chief Financial Officer and Director of Infrastructure at the airport company since October 1, 2021, when she succeeded Thomas Weyer. Jan-Henrik Andersson will assume responsibility for the areas of commercial and security from November 1, 2021. He succeeds Andrea Gebbeken.
State Minister Albert Füracker firmly believes that the management reshuffle has laid the groundwork for a successful future at the airport: “Munich Airport, like the entire aviation industry, is currently facing an exceptionally challenging environment. Nathalie Leroy and Jan-Henrik Andersson are experts in their fields and also personally assured the Supervisory Board of their abilities. The new management team meets all of the requirements for getting Bavaria’s gateway to the world back on track for success as one of the most modern air transportation hubs in Europe.”
Jost Lammers, CEO of Munich Airport, added: “Our new management is starting at a time of transformation. I am looking forward to working with Nathalie Leroy and Jan-Henrik Andersson, whose expertise and ideas will massively bolster our airport.”
Nathalie Leroy’s most recent position was as management spokeswoman at HAMBURG WASSER, where she was responsible for a wide range of areas including finance, HR, sales, IT, legal, audit, customer support and Group communication.
Jan-Henrik Andersson last worked as the Global Chief Commercial Officer at HAVI Supply Chain. He is a savvy executive with national and international management experience in trade, hospitality, logistics and services.
Photo shows from left: Jan-Henrik Andersson, Albert Füracker, Nathalie Leroy, Jost Lammers