BRISBANE airport ceo and managing director, Julieanne Alroe, has announced her retirement at the end of Jun 2018, after almost a decade leading Brisbane Airport Corp.
Chairman David Peever said when she finishes with the company next year she will leave an airport that is “all the better for her exceptional leadership.
“Julieanne’s stewardship has seen the company recognised as amongst the most successful, engaged and innovative companies in the country, and she has guided the airport to where it is today, recognised globally as the best airport in the Australia/Pacific region,” he said.
Peever particularly noted Alroe’s role in getting the new runway project for Brisbane off the ground, with Queensland and Australia to “reap the benefits of this $1.3 billion private investment for decades to come”.
A recruitment process for a replacement for Alroe is already under way, Peever confirmed.