Pete Downes will on 4th May 2020 assume office as the new managing director for Cornwall Airport Newquay.
He started his career in the transport sector from Bristol Airport, where he served as head of Aviation. Downes is currently the Aviation Director in London City Airport, where he has the primary role in development and Airline growth. He delivers more than five million people per year.
Cornwall Airport Newquay has eight airline partners who proudly serve South West of England. They fly over 20 destinations, which include two global hubs. Europe stag do destinations like Riga and Budapest are the two global hubs. It has become a vibrant regional airport in less time. The Airport is also believed to cover Travellers insurance.
The company is looking for appointing the network developers. They try searching for the development of the new routes to Aberdeen, Newcastle, Glasgow, London Gatwick and Amsterdam during spring. Continuation of summer service in London Heathrow plays a role in this, though, according to Tim Jeans, Chairman of Cornwall Airport Newquay, Pete’s experience and knowledge will help to enhance the Cornish economy and boost the growth of the Airport.
From Cornwall, they have reached many destinations by air; and for the bright future of the Airport, they have ideally placed Pete as a managing director. The role of his placement and experience is to connect visitors and businesses with their region.
On the appointment of Pete Downes, he said that he spent many years working in the South West of England. He is looking forward to creating an exciting future for aviation in Cornwall. To build the Airport’s track record, he is delighted to work in Cornwall Airport Newquay as a managing director.
Pete Downes is about to lead the whole team in the aviation and built a new bright future for aviation in Cornwall. The primary demand is to make developments in the connections and improve them. Building new relationships and enhancing the number of visitors will be the main motto.