Five aviation leaders have joined the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey at Northeast airports.
The new team of general managers — Michael Moran at John F. Kennedy International; Rich Heslin at Newark Liberty International; Lysa Scully at LaGuardia and Ed Harrison at Stewart International — have more than 100 years of combined aviation experience within the agency, the Port Authority said.
Also, at Atlantic City International Airport, E.J. Mullins was promoted to program director and will oversee the agency’s agreement with the South Jersey Transportation Authority.
“Each of these highly competent and respected professionals owns an impressive and proven track record of success working for the busiest and most challenging airport system in the world,” said Port Authority Aviation Director Thomas Bosco in a statement. “I am confident they will help lead us through the challenges that lie ahead, deliver on the great promise our future holds and ensure our airports remain strong economic engines for the metropolitan region.”
The Port Authority reported that the economic impact for JFK, LaGuardia, Newark, Stewart, Atlantic City and Teterboro airports is more than 550,000 jobs and nearly $28 billion in yearly wages.