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June 2012: People

June 2012: People

By control on June 4, 2012

Bruce Frallic will retire as executive director of Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport in August, a position he has held for the last 26 years. Frallic’s 45-year aviation career began in the military and included posts with Raleigh-Durham Airport and Hattiesburg-Laurel Airpor t before he joined Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport in 1986. Clay Williams, who previously served as a government relations representative for Capitol Resources, replaces Frallic. Williams officially took over as executive director on May 23.


MIQ Logistics has named Bridget Boyer business development manager. Boyer is based in the greater New York City tri-state market and is responsible for strategic account development and new business efforts. Prior to joining MIQ Logistics, Boyer held various marketing roles at UPS in Atlanta, New York, New Jersey and Beijing.



The Board of Airline Representatives in the UK has announced that Mike Carrivick will retire as CEO in October. Carrivick commenced his aviation career in 1965 as an apprentice with British European Airways and held various roles with Qantas Airways, Brymon European Airways, Maersk DFDS Travel and the International Air Transport Association. He joined BAR UK in 2004, where he led the organization through a challenging period in aviation. BAR UK is currently searching for Carrivick’s replacement.

The International Air Transport Association has appointed Hussein Dabbas as regional vice president for the Middle East and North Africa region. Dabbas, who was named president of Royal Jordanian Airlines in 2009, served in varying positions with the airline’s commercial departments prior to taking over. Dabbas replaces the retiring Dr. Majdi Sabri.


Gustaf Ljunggren has been named CEO of Envirotainer. Ljunggren, who has extensive experience in logistics, production and business development, most recently served as the acting CEO of Essilor S&N.


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