GATWICK Airport has announced that Sir Roy McNulty and Raphael Arndt have been appointed as non-executive directors of the company.
Sir Roy, who was chairman of the civil aviation authority until 2009 and chairman of National Air Traffic Services Limited from 1999 to 2001, is currently chairman of the Rail Value for Money Study commissioned jointly by the Department for Transport and the Office of Rail Regulation.
Raphael Arndt, who is head of infrastructure and timberland at The Future Fund, has managed successful infrastructure and timberland portfolios and has significant asset management experience.
Sir David Rowlands, chairman of Gatwick Airport said: “I’m delighted to welcome Sir Roy and Raphael as Non-Executive Directors. Sir Roy’s extensive experience on transport and aviation matters and Raphael’s strong track record in infrastructure and asset management, will be extremely valuable as Gatwick competes to grow and become London’s airport of choice.”
Sir Roy and Raphael were recommended by investors in Gatwick Airport.