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Graeme Bell, Airport Manager

Graeme has been with HIAL since 2008, having originally started as the Dundee Airport Manager before coming to manage Inverness Airport.  Graeme and his family enjoy active social lives, which mainly involves Graeme chasing around after his son and his many extracurricular activities.

Cheryl Campbell, Customer Service Manager

Cheryl joined the team in February 2018 and comes from a background in retail store management.  She works closely with the Terminal Operations Manager to make sure that all customers enjoy their time at the airport and also responds to customer feedback to ensure improvements can be made.  She enjoys travelling and is always planning her next trip.

Davie Geddes, Terminal Operations Manager

Davie was born and bred in Inverness and has worked at the airport since 1987.  He started with Dan Air which was then taken over by BA, and held a range of roles. He’s been the face of Dalcross Handling from the beginning which still operates at the airport.  In April 2018 he became the Terminal Operations Manager and is responsible for the day to day running of the airport, including the car parks.  You’ll probably see him as you pass through the terminal – so come and say hello!

Anne McKinlay, Infrastructure Development Manager

Anne joined HIAL as an Apron Safety Officer in 2005.  However, born in New Zealand, Anne’s career began as a competitive cyclist, competing for Scotland.  These days she’s focusing all her attention on Darcey, her new chocolate Labrador puppy.

Dan Mason, Airfield Operations Manager

Dan started HIAL life in 2008 as an Apron Ops Safety Controller.  Dan has many strings to his bow having served 23 years in the RAF as an aircraft technician which took him all over the world.  He’s now permanently stationed in Nairn where he lives with his family and enjoys making the most of the beautiful local surroundings.

Tony Gibson, Manager Air Traffic Services

Tony came to us from beautiful Galway in Ireland and joined HIAL in 2012.  He loves his outdoor life in the Highlands, making the most of the great mountain biking and fishing opportunities we have.  If you are ever in Galway though, he recommends visiting the Quays Bar which can’t be beaten for live music and great beer.

Andrea MacDonald, Airport Fire Manager

Andrea made the move from Firefighter to Airport Fire Manager in 2017.  Andrea is no stranger to hard work, having recently completed a climb of Mount Kilimanjaro, amongst others.  When not venturing abroad, she enjoys tackling our local peaks and is also an avid music festival fan.SaveSave

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