Mexican airport group GAP has named Fernando Bosque Mohino as CEO, following the resignation of Jorge Sales Martinez due to personal and health reasons.
With 34 years of experience in the airport sector, including as CFO of Spain's AENA, one of GAP's strategic partners, Bosque Mohino "has the expertise necessary for the position", says GAP in a statement.
"He participated in ASUR's board, when he was working as Ferrovial's concession director, thus also having a deep understanding of the privatization structure of Mexican airports," adds the group.
GAP operates twelve airports throughout Mexico's Pacific region. Board chairman Guillermo Diaz de Rivera says that while GAP regrets Sales Martinez's departure, it appreciates the work he has done through the years, "which included important changes that yielded great results".