Paul Kehoe, Chief Executive Officer, Birmingham International Airport
Paul Kehoe joined Birmingham Airport as Chief Executive Officer in October 2008
He started his career in aviation as an Air Traffic Controller in the Royal Air Force and has worked for a variety of companies including British Aerospace plc, Serco Aviation and TBI plc.
Paul has been CEO/MD of a number of UK airports (inc. Belfast International, London Luton and Bristol) and non-executive Director of a number of other UK and overseas airports during his career.
Paul has been an active member of the Airport Operators Association, being a Director and Chair of that organisation 2004-05. Paul is Chairman of Marketing Birmingham, a member of the Warwick Business School Strategy Board, Board Member on the Coventry & Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership, and is President Elect of Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce.
Stronger ports and airports are key to increasing the competitiveness of the UK on an international arena. Following on from the previous debate this session will explore the ways in which the UK International Gateways should be connected and how these connections can be delivered to give the UK economy a major competitive international hub […]