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Board of Directors

Andy Carlisle, Head of Portfolio Management at Ferrovial Airports

Andy has nearly 30 years of experience from across the world in the transport sector. He started his airports career at Jacobs Consultancy, initially in capacity analysis and simulation modelling, before advising clients in the emerging airport transaction market and spending nearly 3 years in the USA. After returning to the UK in 2006, Andy joined Macquarie before returning to management consultancy, heading both the ICF SH&E and the LeighFisher airports advisory UK practices. In 2016, he established AirPort360 to provide airport investors with an independent perspective and all-round business planning advice. Andy holds a Bachelor of Science in Geography from Kingston Polytechnic and a Master of Science in Transport Planning and Management from the Polytechnic of Central London.

Shawn Kinder, Global Corporate Development and Strategy Director at Ferrovial Airports

As Global Corporate Development and Strategy Director at Ferrovial Airports, Shawn is responsible for the Airport division’s growth. Shawn joined Ferrovial Airports in 2023. Before his appointment, he helped to build the aviation/airport financial advisory practice at Solomon Partners. He previously spent 19 years at aviation advisory firm Ricondo, working on several of the world’s largest infrastructure development and business planning efforts at airports such as Chicago O’Hare, Abu Dhabi, Manchester, Nairobi, and Keflavik, while advising investors and government agencies on transactions in the United States, United Kingdom, and Europe. Shawn earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from Purdue University and Northwestern University.

Miguel Rodera, Asset Management Director at Ferrovial Airports

Miguel is responsible for helping monitor and manage business performance at Aberdeen, Glasgow, Southampton, and Dalaman airports, as well as FMM in Qatar. He joined Ferrovial Airports in 2022 as Head of Portfolio Management. He has over 20 years of experience in the aviation sector, having held several management positions at AENA. Miguel holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, an MBA from IE Business School, and an Executive PDI from ICEX.

Madhulika Saraf, Senior Vice President - Real Assets

Maddy is a Senior Vice President in the Mobility and Transport Sector Team within Macquarie Asset Management (MAM) Real Assets, and has taken on a variety of asset management, investment screening, and transaction execution roles since joining the team in 2009.

With more than 13 years of experience in infrastructure and a particular focus on the transport sector, Maddy has played key roles on several projects, including the refinancing and sale of Bristol Airport, and the acquisitions of Aberdeen, Glasgow, and Southampton Airports (AGS Airports), Farnborough Airport, and HES International.

Maddy holds a Master of Science in economics and econometrics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Jim O’Sullivan FREng CEng, Senior Adviser to MIRA

Jim served as Chief Executive at Highways England from 2015 to 2021 where he led the successful delivery of the Government’s first Road Investment Strategy including the delivery of a £13bn capital programme, major advances in safety, and a new focus on treating road users as customers.

Prior to this he was with Heathrow Airport Holdings where he was Managing Director of Edinburgh Airport and oversaw the sale of their regional airports. He spent nine years in senior roles in utilities including at National Grid and at Eon. He was also a Non-Executive Director on the Board of the ORR, for four years.

At British Airways he held a number of operational and engineering posts, including Chief Engineer for Concorde, and the Programme Vice President for the B777 while based in the U.S.

Jim is currently a Non-Executive Director at the Major Projects Association and has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.

He holds a degree in Air Transport Engineering at City University in London, an MBA from Lancaster and he is an Alumni of the Senior Executive Programme at M.I.T in Boston USA.

Academic Background

Bachelor’s degree in Law from Universidad San Pablo CEU
Executive MBA and Executive Certified Coach from IE Business School

AGS Airports Executive Team

Andy Cliffe, Chief Executive Officer, AGS Airports Lts

Andy Cliffe joined AGS Airports as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) on 1 January 2023. Mr Cliffe has extensive experience of the aviation industry having previously spent 19 years with the Manchester Airports Group (MAG) where he served as a member of the group’s executive committee.

During his time with MAG, Mr Cliffe held the position of managing director of East Midlands and Bournemouth airports. He also held senior positions across a variety of functions including finance, operations, commercial, real estate development, strategy and corporate development.

Latterly, Mr Cliffe was the chief executive of Midland Expressway Ltd which operates the UK’s only major toll road, the M6toll.

Ronald Leitch, Chief Operating Officer, AGS Airports

Having first joined Glasgow Airport in 2000, Ronald has held numerous senior roles at the airport and the wider AGS group with a broad range of responsibilities across its aviation, security and terminal operations. Ronald also held the role of Operations Director at Aberdeen International Airport before returning to Glasgow in 2014 to lead the capital and engineering functions. He has been responsible for delivering capital investment programmes totalling £70 million, including the replacement of the Glasgow Airport’s baggage systems to meet Standard 3 compliance. Ronald also played a crucial operational role in bringing the iconic A380 aircraft into regular service in 2019, which was a first for Scottish aviation.

Gillian Bruton, Chief Financial Officer, AGS Airports

Gillian qualified with a Bachelor of Accountancy degree from Glasgow University and completed her Chartered Accounting qualification with PWC in Glasgow. She then spent three years working as an International Internal Auditor with Thorn EMI, based near London. In 1998 Gillian joined Polaroid , where she held various finance roles of increasing responsibility, ultimately serving as group Finance Director from 2007 to 2013 for the Polaroid Eyewear division, which manufactured and sold Polaroid Eyewear branded sunglasses globally. In May 2013 she was appointed as Finance Director for Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd the group which owns and operates 11 airports around Scotland, including Inverness and Sumburgh airports. This was a joint appointment with Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd. Gillian joined the AGS Executive in November 2020.

Roger Hunt, Chief of Business Services

Following a career spanning 26 years with the Royal Bank of Scotland Group, where Roger had a number of roles across both the Business and HR, he left the position of Global Implementation Manager in 2009 to take up a fresh challenge as Head of Human Resources for the Scottish Prison Service. He joined Aberdeen Airport in 2011 as Head of HR before moving into the operation as Operations Director in 2013. He joined the AGS Executive Committee in January 2015 as Director for HR, Capital and Innovation. Roger is currently Chief of Business Services.

Matt Hazlewood, Chief Commercial Officer, AGS Airports

Matt joined AGS in 2021 with more than 20 years of experience in the aviation industry. He started his career in easyJet, working in the airport development and procurement fields before moving to Budapest to take on the role of Head of Network and Scheduling at Wizz Air. Following three years at Wizz, Matt worked in several senior network strategy roles in Norwegian and spent two years in Barcelona advising on the sale of Spanair. He also spent four years working at Gatwick Airport as the Head of Airline Relations.

Brian McClean, Corporate Affairs Director, AGS Airports

With over 20 years’ experience in corporate communications, Brian first joined Glasgow Airport in 2011. Following the creation of AGS Airports in 2014, Brian was appointed Group Head of Communications and in 2019 his role was expanded to oversee the development and implementation of AGS’ sustainability strategy setting out how AGS balances the clear economic and social benefits of aviation with its climate change responsibilities. As a member of the AGS Executive Committee, Brian is responsible for AGS’ political and policy engagement as well as the group’s external communications, sustainability and strategic masterplanning functions. Prior to joining Glasgow Airport, Brian spent nine years working for one of the UK’s leading communications consultancies. He is a Council Director at the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce.

Airport Management:

Gavin Williams, Operations Director

Gavin joined Southampton Airport as Operations Director in February 2024, bringing with him extensive industry experience having spent five years at Manchester Airports Group, where he held operational roles at East Midlands, London Stansted and Manchester Airports.