Aruba Airport Authority N.V.’s Angeline Flemming appointed to ACI LAC Board of Directors 2024-2025

ORANJESTAD - Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) announces the appointment of Angeline Flemming, Director of Health, Safety and Sustainability, to the Board of Directors of Airports Council International of the Latin America & Caribbean (ACI-LAC) as per January 1, 2024, for two years.

ACI-LAC recently hosted the Annual General Assembly, Conference & Exhibition in Miami from November 5 to 7, 2023, which brought together over 500 senior executives of the airport industry from all over the world and featured discussion topics that shape how the aviation industry is quickly evolving.

Angeline Flemming ACI-LAC was founded in 1991 to provide support for secure, stable, efficient, and environmentally compatible airport systems. ACI-LAC represents the Latin America & Caribbean region of Airports Council International, the only worldwide professional association of airport operators. ACI-LAC has over 87 members, operating more than 365 airports in the Latin-American and Caribbean region. ACI-LAC has a range of global and regional initiatives to assist members in raising standards and promoting professional excellence in its member airports and cooperation among all aviation industry sectors and its stakeholders, as well as national and international governments and organizations.

Annual General Assembly, Conference & Exhibition in Miami from November 5 to 7, 2023 hosted by ACI-LAC.  “AAA is extremely proud of the appointment and the important role that Angeline Flemming will be playing on behalf of our airport, to further promote safe and sustainable travel and other important aviation initiatives in the Latin America and Caribbean region. With her industry knowledge and vast experience, I am confident that Angeline will capably represent Aruba and the direct region’s interests in the ACI-LAC Board”, said Joost Meijs, CEO of AAA.

Angeline Flemming looks forward to contributing to the ACI-LAC Board, comprised of knowledgeable and experienced Airport leaders. “I see this as a great opportunity for our island to have a voice in regional developments and initiatives. But also, to learn from other Airports in the region and to tackle issues of mutual concern, like connectivity, workforce challenges, technological developments, and climate resilience. The LAC region has seen the most traffic growth post-covid, and this highlights even more the importance of operational efficiencies and collaboration. I am particularly honored and excited to be part of a historic Board composition, on January 1, 2024, for the first time in history, of the twenty board directors of the ACI-LAC Board, five are female Aviation leaders, including the Board President Monika Infante, CEO of AERODOM.”

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