Skyport Appoints Dawson, Fagan & Harris

July 27, 2023 | 5 Comments

Skyport announced the appointment of three new leadership team members: Jaime Dawson, Nikki Fagan, and Mikkel Harris.

A spokesperson said, “Skyport, operators of the L.F. Wade International Airport dedicated to providing world-class services and continuously improving its operations, announced the strategic appointment of three new leadership team members today.

“Jaime Dawson, an accomplished HR professional with an exceptional talent acquisition and management background, has been appointed the new Human Resources and Training Director. Her expertise in building high-performing teams and fostering a positive work culture is expected to be instrumental in attracting and retaining top talent at Skyport, a past RG Business Top 10 Employers Award winner. Dawson will focus on employee development and engagement initiatives for the organization.

“A seasoned marketing and branding professional, Nikki Fagan has been named Head of Brand Development. Fagan’s vast experience developing and executing successful brand strategies will significantly enhance customer engagement. Tasked with building upon Skyport’s reputation as a trusted brand, Fagan will drive innovation and strive to create remarkable experiences for passengers and stakeholders while helping to implement strategic initiatives that are instrumental in maintaining L.F Wade’s status as an award-winning airport.

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“Mikkel Harris steps into the role of Airport Operations Manager, bringing an extensive background in aviation management to this vital position. By leveraging his notable track record in managing complex projects, Harris will assist in overseeing all aspects of airport operations under the Director of Airport Operations, helping to bring about the highest efficiency and safety standards at Skyport.

Aaron Adderley, President of Skyport, welcomed the appointments, stating, “We are delighted to welcome Jaime, Nikki, and Mikkel, three talented Bermudians, to our management team. Their wealth of knowledge, expertise, and leadership skills will help drive our strategic aims. With their combined experience and passion for enhancement, I am confdent we are better positioned to build on innovative solutions and industry best practices necessary to continue transforming our operation and creating better travel experiences.”

The spokesperson said, “The appointments are part of Skyport’s broader strategy to build upon its $400 million investment in the redevelopment of the L.F. Wade International Airport. The near completion of the $4 million refurbishment of the cargo facility and the planned $14 million major capital improvement work on the airfield help underscore Skyport’s commitment to further enhancing the airport’s resources and infrastructure.”

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  1. watching says:

    The airport looks nice, and my experiences have been generally good. However, I cannot understand the lack of available food options/vendors when in the departure lounge. And, the options that are there are grossly overpriced. Now I understand in most airports you are paying a premium for almost any product, but some of these prices are extortionate. I wish somehow Skyport could at a minimum, implement in these contracts, that the restaurants/vendors must be open at certain times to support the passengers who are in the departure lounge.

    • So true says:

      We have a World Class airport but the worst restaurant facility out of any airport located in the Atlantic. They should’ve contracted MEF which was a delight when located at the old terminal.

    • Micro says:

      That’s because the same parent company owes every restaurant, and the contracts were extortionate; hence the high prices.

      It’s also very odd the contracts didn’t include a clause that the restaurants need to be staffed within x amount of hours in the event of aircraft emergency. There’s even been times when the restaurants have ran out of food because delayed flights.

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