Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has announced the first major restructure of the company since the Airport was privatised in 1997.
BAC CEO and managing director, Julieanne Alroe, said the new structure was designed to position the company to meet challenges and opportunities across key areas such as planning, regulatory change, property development and the changing global airport business model.
“BAC has been a very successful Queensland company for the first 13 years of its existence, developing a highly-efficient and responsive airport for our many stakeholders, and ensuring a strong, long-term return on investment for our shareholders – most of whom are mums and dads investing through their superannuation,” says Alroe.
“A key to this performance in the face of major industry upheaval has been attracting experienced and talented professionals to help shape the destiny one of Queensland’s most important assets.
"Over the past 12 months we have reviewed our achievements and looked at the entire organisation, setting out where we want to go and how we want to get there.
“The result is a new organisational structure, a new senior leadership team and a new team of general managers that I am confident has the capacity to take Brisbane Airport into the next exciting phase of growth.”