The Canadian Airports Council (CAC) has elected a chairman and vice-chairman for the association for the next two years.
William Restall, president and CEO of the Saskatoon Airport Authority, has been elected chairman.
Restall has served on the board of the CAC since 2004. Since 2008 he has served as vice-chair and replaces outgoing chair Barry Rempel.
Restall has also been president and CEO of the Saskatoon Airport Authority since 1999 and has 36 years experience in air transportation.
Tom Ruth, president and CEO of Halifax International Airport Authority, has been elected the association’s new vice-chair.
Ruth was appointed president and CEO of the Halifax International Airport Authority in 2008. Prior to that he worked at Oceanex Inc as president and CEO and Canadian North Airlines as president. He’s also held executive positions at Livingston International.