Cardiff Airport makes redundancies in business restructuring

Those made redundant are understood to include the airport’s head of marketing and communications Paula Morris

Cardiff Airport

Cardiff Airport has made four redundancies as a part of a business restructuring exercise.

The Rhoose-based airport, which was acquired last year by the Welsh Government from Spanish conglomerate Abertis in a £52m (minus professional advisory fees) deal, parted company with its chief executive Jon Horne last month. He had only been in the role for just over a year.

Those made redundant are understood to include the airport’s head of marketing and communications Paula Morris. She took up the role in November last year.

Cardiff Airport declined to comment.

As well as Ms Morris it is understood that the airport has also made another head of department redundant.

Following the departure of Jon Horne director of operations Debra Barber was made interim managing director.

The airport’s board, chaired by Lord Rowe-Beddoe, is expected to appoint a new chief executive, but has yet to advertise the role.

Sourced from walesonline

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