Winnipeg Airports Authority Inc. (WAA) is pleased to welcome Pascal Bélanger to their team as Vice President of Business Development.

“Pascal’s qualifications and expertise in the areas of new market development, operational planning and team building complement our goal of creating a world-class airport campus for our community,” said Barry Rempel, President & CEO of Winnipeg Airports Authority. “Pascal will be a key member of our executive team and provide leadership on business development initiatives in support of our vision of Leading Transportation Innovation and Growth.”

Pascal Bélanger

“I am honoured to be joining the team at Winnipeg Airports Authority,” said Pascal Bélanger. “I look forward to making a positive contribution and helping the community continue to grow through increased connectivity to the world by way of passenger, cargo and land development.”

With over 10 years of experience at the senior executive level in the travel and tourism industries, Pascal has a proven record of making business improvements everywhere he works. Having recently held the position of President & Chief Operating Officer at Aéroport de Québec Inc., he brings a wealth of airport industry knowledge.

Fully fluent in French and English, Pascal has attended numerous international conferences and training seminars to broaden his knowledge and hone his management skills. In 2008 he received his designation as Chartered Director from McMaster University. In addition to his professional experience and educational background, he is an avid traveller and holds a Commercial Pilot’s License. Pascal begins his new role with WAA on November 15, 2010.  

Winnipeg Airports Authority is a non-share capital corporation responsible for the management and operation of Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport and affiliate businesses. All surplus revenue over expenses is reinvested by WAA back into the community, primarily through airport development projects. WAA is self sufficient with taxpayers not directly involved in financing airport site redevelopment which is being paid through Airport Improvement Fees (AIF).

Winnipeg Airports Authority serves our region by providing value to our customers and community. A source of pride for our community, we strive to be a leader in its growth and development.

For further information:

Christine Alongi
Director, Communications & Public Affairs
Winnipeg Airports Authority Inc.
249-2000 Wellington Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3H 1C2
Phone: 204-987-2021 24 Hour Media Line: 204-992-2791
http://www.waa.ca/