Cambridge International Airport announces new business development manager


18-07-2013

Cambridge International Airport is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Jeremy Moore as New Business Development Manager. This newly created role is central to the airport’s strategy for ongoing sustainable growth.

In his new position, Jeremy will be building relationships with airlines, travel agents, tour operators and businesses across the East of England to develop key, new flight routes from Cambridge International Airport. Jeremy will be working alongside Head of Business & Route Development, David Surley, and Marketing Manager, Glynis King, and will be leading on travel trade and corporate business support for the airport’s new passenger airline services to Amsterdam, Paris, Geneva and Milan, beginning 2 September 2013.

Jeremy has spent the past seven years as Sales Manager for Air Mauritius and brings with him a wealth of experience from the aviation and travel industry, starting his career at Cathay Pacific Airways, before working for Tropical Places, British Airways and Thomson.

Jeremy says, “I am delighted to be joining Cambridge International Airport at such an exciting time. Cambridge Airport has just announced the launch of four new direct flights this September, and I have been blown away by the team’s passion, knowledge and focus on offering leisure and business travellers in the East of England a quality regional airport from which to travel. I cannot wait to start working with local travel agents, tour operators and businesses to build on this success.

Head of Business & Route Development, David Surley, says, “We are thrilled to have such a dedicated and experienced addition to the team as Jeremy. This is a very exciting time for Cambridge International Airport and the region as a whole. Not only are we set to launch four new direct flight routes with Darwin Airline this September, we can also offer residents in the East of England a number of great value package holidays with CI Travel, Balkan Holidays and Inghams. Jeremy has been drafted in to develop new flight routes to popular travel and business destinations that will be of direct benefit to residents in the East of England.’

For further information on the airport, visit www.cambridgeairport.com

 

Cambridge Airport

Cambridge Airport is part of the Marshall Group of Companies, a privately owned family business, employing over 4,000 people with a turnover exceeding £1B, managed by the Marshall family. The business was founded in Cambridge in 1909, and entered aviation in 1929.

Although Cambridge Airport is an important gateway for the East of England, with a strong focus on Cambridge and its business, academic and industrial sectors, the Airport is also ideally positioned for easy access to London with just under an hour’s drive to the Canary Wharf and East London. 

The Airport is currently experiencing growth in the Passenger airline and Executive Jet sectors and recent new airline and tour operator services including the UK, the Channel Islands and destinations within Europe, the airport is undergoing an upgrade in passenger facilities.

With a 1965m/6447ft runway accepting aircraft up to Boeing 757 or Airbus 320 and all regional jet types, it is suitable for short to medium haul passenger airline services, with 24/7 capability.  It boasts CAA Category 7 Fire & Air Traffic Control status and has full navigational aids and communications, which include radar approach coverage up to 30nm and GPS approaches, which complement an ILS system


 
Marshall Group

There are 2,500 employees in Cambridge and the Marshall Group activities, which take place at the Airport, include Marshall Aerospace Defence Group the Cambridge Aeroclub, both providing  an extensive range of aviation maintenance, also home to Marshall Business, Marshall  Executive Aviation and JETability.

www.marshalladg.com

www.cambridgeaeroclub.co.uk


Business Aviation

Cambridge Airport is part of the companies Aviation Services business unit which encompasses, Marshall Business Aviation, Marshall Executive Aviation and JETability. 

JETability serving the needs of private owners and corporations alike, the services available from and through JETability include Aircraft Management, Maintenance, MRO, Chartering, Sales, Concierge and Consultancy; all available through a bespoke call centre. www.jetability.com

www.marshallexecair.com


www.marshallbusinessaviation.com

Business aviation handling services are provided exclusively by ExecuJet through the state-of the art FBO  www.execujet.eu

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Founded in 1909, the Marshall Group has a turnover of £2.5bn and over 5,700 employees. Headquartered on a 900-acre site in Cambridge, Marshall has three principal arms to the business: Aerospace and Defence; Property; and Ventures.

Marshall Group