RDU’s Michael Landguth Named to Aviation Development Task Force

RDU Airport, NC – Raleigh-Durham International Airport’s President and CEO, Michael Landguth, has been named to North Carolina’s Aviation Development Task Force. Gov. Pat McCrory named Landguth to the task force that will make recommendations for how the state can strengthen its aviation programs.

“I am honored to have been appointed to the Governor’s Task Force,” said Michael Landguth, RDU’s President and CEO. “North Carolina airports are major contributors to our State’s economy, and I am excited about the opportunity to work on a team committed to enhancing further our State’s aviation programs and the impact they have on the communities they serve.”

Landguth is an Accredited Airport Executive and a member of the board of directors of the American Association of Airport Executives. He also serves as the chairman of Airports Council International-North America’s Medium Hub Caucus. Landguth is a commercial pilot and certified flight instructor.


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