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New airport director at Göteborg Landvetter Airport

2012-02-09, kl. 09:00

Charlotte Ljunggren has been named the new airport director at Göteborg Landvetter Airport. Ms Ljunggren has worked most recently at Stena Line and has extensive experience in the transport and travel service industry and in creating positive customer experiences. With this appointment, Swedavia ensures that the airport’s future challenges will be addressed in the best way possible. Ms Ljunggren will assume her position on August 13, 2012.

“One of our challenges is to continue developing operations with a focus on our customers while working efficiently at all levels,” says Torborg Chetkovich, president and chief executive of Swedavia AB. “With Ms Ljunggren’s extensive experience developing, selling and delivering reliable, efficient transport with positive customer experiences, she has the qualities we were looking for as we considered the airport’s continued development. She also has substantial experience as a leader and a strong profile in the region. A thriving Göteborg Landvetter Airport lays the foundation for both Swedavia and western Sweden’s continued access and growth,” Ms Chetkovich adds.

Charlotte Ljunggren is currently route director for Stena Line’s Danish routes Gothenburg-Fredrikshamn and Varberg-Grenå. She is also in charge of coordinating on-board service operations for the Scandinavian region. During her years at Stena Line, Ms Ljunggren has been a driving force and responsible for the refurbishment of ships, terminals and restaurants and has developed the range of passenger services available on the Danish routes with new products and concepts. She will assume the position of airport director at Göteborg Landvetter Airport on August 13, 2012. 
“I look forward to meeting the challenges facing the airport, together with colleagues, airlines and other stakeholders. I will continue to develop Göteborg Landvetter Airport and adapt the airport to meet the passenger growth forecast and also continue the successful collaboration the airport has with the region,” Ms Ljunggren notes. 

Charlotte Ljunggren has 17 years of experience in the transport and travel service industry. Among her duties, she has been in charge of a joint venture with Color Line and been a part of Silja Line’s executive management team with responsibility for the Helsinki-Tallinn route. Ms Ljunggren worked as route director at the British ferry company Sea Containers Ltd/SeaCat prior to her current position as route director at Stena Line. Ms Ljunggren is 44 years old and was born and raised in Gothenburg. She lives with her husband and two children in Mölnlycke, Sweden.