LVNL CEO Paul Riemens re-elected as Chairman CANSO

- Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Today Mr Paul Riemens, CEO of the Air Traffic Control organisation in the Netherlands

(LVNL), is re-elected as Chairman of the CANSO Executive Committee during the Annual General Meeting in Dublin. The role of CANSO in aviation has grown tremendously in the last few years which has been recognized by global organisations like ICAO, IATA and ACI. Stability of the organisation is of key importance for the necessary transformation of our industry which is safeguarded by this re-election.

“I am very pleased with the re-election of Paul Riemens. I am convinced that Paul will continue to lead the change necessary to transform our industry “ Patrick Ky – Executive Director of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)

“The Association of European Airlines (AEA) congratulates Paul Riemens warmly on his re-election as Chairman of CANSO,” says AEA’s CEO Athar Husain Khan. “Paul is a bridge-builder in the airline industry and as Association of European Airlines we look forward to work both with him and CANSO on the Single European Sky (SES) project that should improve the efficiency of the European air traffic substantially. SES is long overdue and efforts should be made to realize the implementation. We know that Paul is an advocate for SES. In that context, we welcome his reappointment strongly.” Athar Husain Khan CEO van Association of European Airlines (AEA)

“It is an honour and a privilege to serve the world’s aviation community as Chairman of the CANSO Executive Committee. Together, we continue to strengthen our partnerships towards a global vision for aviation where we will heavily invest in the regions to implement change.” Paul Riemens – CEO of Air Traffic Control the Netherlands (LVNL)

 

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