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Budapest Airport promotes Kam Jandu to Chief Commercial Officer

October 7, 2013 Appointments No Comments Email Email

Budapest Airport has announced the promotion of Kam Jandu to the position of Chief Commercial Officer, following a management restructure and streamlining of operations at the leading central European hub.  

Effective immediately, Kam will lead a newly created Commercial business unit which includes aviation marketing and all retail/consumer business activities centred at the airport’s new SkyCourt terminal. In his new role he will be responsible for all commercial sales and marketing activities with airline, ground handling and retail partners, as well as all consumer services such as parking and ground transportation services.  Kam will continue to report directly to Jost Lammers, Budapest Airport’s CEO.

Kam Jandu

Kam Jandu

Kam first joined Budapest Airport in 2009 as Director of the Aviation Business Unit and has held this position for the last four years.  Prior to joining BUD, Kam spent 11 years in the airline industry specifically with BMI and Star Alliance GmbH in senior sales, marketing and operation roles. Before his aviation career, Kam gained 10 years’ commercial experience in the car rental industry with Hertz and Budget in a variety of operational and sales management roles.  A British national, Kam holds an MBA from the Open University Business School.

Kam Jandu comments: “I am very pleased to be expanding my remit at Budapest Airport and intend to bring my commercial skills and experience to the fore to further develop the airport and its services to its full potential.”

Jost Lammers adds:  “We are very pleased to announce Kam’s promotion to CCO. A very popular figure in the industry, he brings an enormous amount of skill and commercial experience to the role and has thoroughly proved himself at BUD. Our decision to streamline our management structure will enable more emphasis to be placed on our commercial operations for the ultimate benefit of the customer. The new structure should help create more services for our passengers and create an ideal environment for the expansion of the business.”

Kam Jandu is attending The European Regions Airline Association’s General Assembly in Salzburg, Austria this week as Budapest Airport is a new airport member.  The following week he will be in Las Vegas for the 19th World Route Development Forum / World Routes.

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