The French airport operator says teams at its two wholly-owned subsidiaries, Aéroports de Paris Management (ADPM) and ADP Ingénierie (ADPI), have been strengthened.
Frédéric Dupeyron has been named as CEO at ADPM, moving from the French Prime Minister’s office, where he ran the Programme des Investissements d'Avenir (Investing in the Future Programme), which promotes the digital economy.
Jacques Salina joins ADPM as executive managing director of Algiers International Airport, leaving his role as CEO of Alyzia, a former ground-handling subsidiary of ADP.
Jean-Philippe Richard joins ADPI as secretary general, moving from Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, where he was director of the Urban Policy and Development Department, until 2013.
Also joining ADPI is Stéphane Séguier, who has been appointed as sales development director, leaving his role as sales director of Vinci Environnement.
Other appointments made by ADP, are Bruno Mazurkiewicz as executive managing director of Zagreb International Airport, and Francis Latarjet as director of Mauritius International Airport.