The Aviation Museum of New Hampshire will hold its next monthly program as part of its Second Saturday@Museum speaker series on Saturday, May 12, featuring Mark Brewer, director of the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.
The airport is a $1.24 billion economic engine and job creator for the region. It has the complexity and challenges of a small city within the city. Brewer, who is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the airport while growing its viability for providing the region with better access into the air transportation system, will speak about the economic impact of the airport; the current state of the aviation industry; and will provide a look into the future.
Prior to joining the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in January 2008, he held senior management positions at five East Coast airports including Hyannis, Mass., Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Salisbury, Md., Allentown, Pa., and Providence, R.I., where he served as president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation. He is on the executive committee of the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) and sits on the board for the International Association of Airport Executives. He has served as president of the Northeast Chapter of AAAE and as a member of AAAE’s Safety/Security Committee and Diversity Committee, as well as on its board of directors. Brewer has a Bachelor’s Degree in Air Commerce from the Florida Institute of Technology and is an accredited Airport Executive.
The program is open to the public as part of the admission fee (members are free) and will be held in the Vincent Devino Classroom from 11 a.m. to noon.
The Aviation Museum of New Hampshire is located at 27 Navigator Rd. (formerly 13 East Perimeter Rd.) Londonderry, N.H. For more information: NHAHS.org
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