Airport International Group – the Jordanian company responsible for managing the rehabilitation, expansion and operation of Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) in Jordan – has appointed Nicolas Deviller as CEO.
With over 20 years of experience in the airport industry, Deviller previously served as the director of international development infrastructure projects for nearly 12 years at the Vinci Airports headquarters. Subsequently, Deviller became CEO of Vinci Airports in Cambodia, a position he held for three years. During this tenure, he oversaw the construction and management of major projects including Phnom International Penh Airport, Siem Reap Airport and Sihanoukville International Airport.
In 2016, Deviller joined Groupe ADP, where he served as the deputy CEO of Ravinia Airports in Madagascar. In this role, he managed operations at the two main airports in Madagascar for three years. Since 2019, Deviller has been actively contributing as a member of the board and several executive committees of key subsidiaries within Groupe ADP’s portfolio. These include TAV Airports (comprising 15 airports), Liège Airport in Belgium and Stewart Airport in New York.
Deviller remarked, “I’d like to extend my sincere appreciation to my esteemed colleague, Nicolas Claude, for his outstanding leadership over the past four years. Personally, I am honored to join the team at Airport International Group, and I look forward to contributing to the ongoing advancement of QAIA, solidifying its position as a regionally competitive, climate-friendly airport. Our steadfast focus will remain on delivering exceptional services to passengers while shaping a hospitable airport experience that feels like home.”
He added, “With numerous ambitious plans on the horizon and milestones to achieve, I am confident that, together with our grantor, the Government of Jordan, as well as our highly committed employees, partners and shareholders, we will reinforce QAIA’s standing as Jordan’s prime gateway to the world.”
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