Leg Airport’s board of directors wants to “maintain confidence” after its CEO’s dismissal

Le conseil d’administration de Liege Airport veut «maintenir la confiance» après le licenciement de son CEO

A recruitment process will be started “early” to replace him.

LHe confirmed the dismissal of Luke Partune, general manager of Leg Airport’s board of directors, which met in the evening on Tuesday, in a press release announcing a hiring process released overnight to “quickly” replace him.

The Board of Directors also confirmed in this press release that Frédéric Jacquet, currently deputy managing director, was appointed interim managing director in place of Mr. Partnou.

The decision to dismiss the latter came after Jean-Luke Crook, the minister in charge of the airports, demanded that all clarity about the agreement reached between the airport and the former owner of Jean-Claude Fudpo of the company JCP Concil Should be done. Walgon Regional Public Transport Company and former socialist Alderman in Blazie.


The airport’s board of directors now announced that a recruitment process would be “quickly initiated” to provide the airport with a full-service general manager in the coming months.

Members of the board of directors also underline in the press release that “the most important thing is to maintain the trust of all the partners and partners who build the airport today and who trust the airport of tomorrow.” The social, economic and environmental challenges that await us are extremely important and all energies must be mobilized ”.

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