Gwenvael's new role is to establish the roadmap for the new airport operating company, EGC AERO, composed of the CCI Dordogne (55%) and the Egis group (45%). The main challenges at the airport will be around developing the retail area and business services, traffic development and the improvement of existing
processes. Many different Egis group's capabilities will be put togeth er to bring the airport up to the best standards of regional airports.
Gwenvael Ronsin-Hardy graduated from a French business school and from the Airport Management Professional Accreditation Programme (AMPAP) established by ACI - ICAO. He began his career in airport operations in 2002 at Toulouse-Blagnac airport, as cargo development manager, then as head of air link development, statistics and traffic forecasts. In 2010, he joined Veolia Transdev to work for the airports of Carcassonne, Nîmes and Perpignan. He became airport project manager within the Egis group in 2014, then became Routes Development and Traffic Forecasting Director for the airports of the Egis network and on consulting assignments.
Heavily involved in airport development projects, Gwenvael has worked on significant bids in France and worldwide over the last five years. He also managed
the strategy of the "Aircraft & Airlines" segment within the Egis aviation teams and monitored the concessions of Antwerp and Ostend-Bruges airports in Belgium.
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