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Skyport is the future of Bermuda’s air travel experience. Together with our partners in Government and tourism, we will help Bermuda compete and shine on the world stage.
Ranked as one of Bermuda’s top ten employers in 2018, Skyport is a local company, led by Aecon Concessions – tasked with transforming Bermuda’s airport infrastructure and airport services.
Bermuda’s L.F. Wade International Airport officially opened in December 2020 and has the highest international aviation standards and is a 21st century gateway that Bermudians can be proud of. The new terminal modernises Bermuda’s airport experience and provides a superior passenger experience, retail and dining options with more accessible spaces and exciting new flight routes will be developed with partner airlines.
Skyport will run and maintain the new passenger terminal building until 2047, when the contract ends.
Aaron Adderley President
With over 20 years’ experience in the Tourism, International Business, and Aviation industries, Aaron has a wealth of knowledge and expertise to lead Bermuda Skyport Corporation. Since 2007, when appointed as the youngest ever Airport General Manager, Aaron has led the operation of Bermuda’s L.F. Wade International Airport. And now tasked with overseeing its redevelopment, the Bentley University graduate brings with him a proven track record in International Government Negotiations, Air Services Development, Airport Development, and Air Navigation Services.
Jason Inniss Airport Operations Director
Jason has more than 20 years’ experience in the Aviation Industry having worked directly within the Airline Industry before transitioning to Airports where he gained more than 12 years’ experience in Airport Operations with the Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados. A graduate of the University of the West Indies and City University London, Jason is responsible for the management and coordination of all aspects of airport operations at the L. F Wade International Airport including Security, Safety and compliance.
Ken Villanueva Finance Director
Ken is a certified accountant, with a degree in business management, and a certified Airport International Professional with 20 years of worldwide airport experience in evaluating business opportunities; participating in tenders; establishing and acquiring companies; managing, operating, transforming, growing, and turning companies into profitable business ventures.
Ken Hassard Commercial Director
Ken specialises in commercial and business development in airports, with almost 30 years of experience in the industry. Ken has previously worked with Aecon, Vancouver Airport, Las Americas International Airport (Dominican Republic) and Larnaca and Pafos International Airports.
Chloe Minors Head of Safety
Chloé began her career as the Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) officer at the Greater London International Airport Authority in London, ON, where she led the development of the Airport's HSE program. During that time Chloé obtained her Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) Designation, the flagship certification for practicing safety professionals in Canada. After six years in London, Chloé returned home to join the Government of Bermuda; serving as Bermuda's Occupational Safety & Health Inspector for over a year. She was instrumental in developing the Department of Health's workplace guidance during the initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic in Bermuda.
Warren Moulaison Facilities & Asset Management Director
Warren has more than 25 years’ experience in facilities management services for mission critical facility portfolios. Since 2015 he assumed the role as the key project lead for the delivery of Facility Management Services at the Bermuda Acute Care Wing Hospital. Warren is a certified engineering technologist and is a graduate of the Nova Scotia Institute of Technology. He was also a technical lecturer for several educational institutions including Dalhousie University, The Nova Scotia Institute of Technology and the Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers. Warren is responsible for the delivery of facilities management services for the airfield and the airport facility infrastructure.