Andrew Cornish was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Liverpool John Lennon Airport on 15 September 2014, and is responsible for the overall performance, management and strategic development of the airport company.
Prior to his current role, Mr Cornish held the position of Chief Customer and Brand Officer at Aer Lingus, responsible for all customer facing activity and a member of the Group Executive Board.
Mr Cornish previously held the position of Chief Executive at MDL, Europe’s largest owner and operator of marinas, based in Southampton.
From 2005-2010, Mr Cornish was the Managing Director of Manchester Airport Group, looking after all facets of the airports operation, commercial performance, investment decisions and major capital project management, he was also a member of the Group Board. His achievements include overseeing the £80m redevelopment of Terminals One and Two, dramatically improving customer satisfaction scores and he was described as being ‘instrumental’ in striking a deal with Emirates to bring the A380 to Manchester.
Mr Cornish has also worked for Eastman Kodak Company and the Unipart Group of Companies and holds a BA (Hons) degree in Economics.