Daniel Adams took the Helm April 4th – The St. Louis Regional Airport Authority recently selected Daniel Adams to oversee the airport’s daily operations and lead its future growth and development. Mr. Adams, a native St. Louisan, is returning to the area after a decade of airport operations experience in Augusta, Georgia and Columbus, Ohio.
“Dan’s proven airport operations experience, coupled with his energetic leadership attitude, will be a huge asset for our airport and our communities,” said Airport Authority Chairman Wendell Ross.
“I’m truly excited about the opportunity to come back home, lead the airport and become a part of the community. The airport is the crown jewel of the area and has tremendous potential for growth and economic development. I look forward to the challenge.” — Daniel Adams
St. Louis Regional Airport provides more than 1,500 jobs with an annual economic impact of $480 million, serving a diverse clientele from private aviators to Fortune 500 companies, the U.S. military, and regional aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul customers.