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Q+A: Scott McFadzean, London airport’s new chief executive

Scott McFadzean becomes London International Airport’s chief executive in late January, succeeding the retiring Mike Seabrook. McFadzean, 41, a married father of two originally from Brantford, is now Diamond Aircraft’s CEO. He leaves a busy, growing manufacturer for an airport struggling to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic and global travel restrictions that have hit the travel sector hard. The airport, which handled 40 flights and 2,500 passengers a day before the pandemic hit in March 2020, now handles 14 Air Canada and WestJet flights a day and no international flights. Read More

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