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Posted on: October 19, 2015

Port Appoints Director of Aviation

The Port announced today that Sunil Harman will join the team on November 2nd to manage the Ports aviation operations. Sunil brings a wealth of experience in the aviation industry, having worked at large hub airports (JFK, LGA, MIA, SAN) and small and non-hub airports (TLH and VPS). Sunil also has extensive experience in General Aviation airports (OPF, TMB, TNT, X51 and X46). Sunil’s over 30 years’ knowledge and experience developing and managing airports as engines for economic development, trade and commerce in the global marketplace will be an asset for the growth of Bellingham International Airport. Sunil currently serves on the Board of Airports Council International – North America, where he represents the interests of small and non-hub primary commercial air service airports in the United States and is a long serving member of International Air Transport Association’s International Industry Working Group. About Sunil Harman: Accredited American Airport Executive A.A.E., by the American Association of Airport Executives, AAAE Accredited International Airport Executive IAP, by Airports Council International. ACI in cooperation with the International Civil Aviation Organization, ICAO MSc., Master’s Degree – Aviation Management, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University BSc., Bachelors in Science Degree – Aviation Administration, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Airport Codes: JFK – John F Kennedy, NY; LGA – LaGuardia, NY; MIA – Miami, FL; SAN – San Diego, CA TLH – Tallahassee, FL; VPS – Destin-Fort Walton Beach, FL OPF – Miami-Opa-locka Executive, FL; TMB – South Miami Executive, FL; TNT – Dade-Collier, FL; X51 – Miami Homestead, FL; X46 – Opa-Locka West, FL

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