Biggin Hill airport announces new finance officer amidst “incredibly interesting time”

PUBLISHED: 11:30 07 August 2017 | UPDATED: 11:31 07 August 2017

Gary Chapman has been appointed as the new chief financial officer of London Biggin Hill Airport

Gary Chapman has been appointed as the new chief financial officer of London Biggin Hill Airport


The airport made the announcement on Monday

Will Curtis, managing director of London Biggin Hill Airport Will Curtis, managing director of London Biggin Hill Airport

Continued expansion at London Biggin Hill Airport has seen the introduction of a new finance chief.

On Monday, the airport, which runs a six-minute private helicopter service to and from the capital, announced Gary Chapman the new chief financial officer.

The chartered accountant has spent the past eight years as finance director for the energy transport branch of shipping giants Nippon Yusen Kaisha.

He said: “I am delighted to be joining the airport at this incredibly interesting time and I’m very much looking forward to working with the team to help take the business to the next level of its success.”

Will Curtis, managing director of London Biggin Hill Airport, added: “The airport has entered a period of fiscal growth, which has created some exciting and significant changes.

“Recent developments include our new 60,000sq ft. hangar and the construction of a four-star hotel on the airport.”

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