Seibert Appointed to Airport Authority Board
Lesa Seibert, president and founder of Louisville-based Xstreme Media, was appointed by Mayor Greg Fischer to the Louisville Regional Airport Authority Board of Directors for a four-year term, ending July 15, 2017.
With more than 13 years in the web/Internet industry, Seibert is a featured speaker around the region and hosts seminars on web design, social media and Internet marketing for groups and companies.
Seibert serves as the Immediate Past President of the National Association of Women Business Owners (Louisville Chapter). In addition, she serves on the Louisville Arena Authority Board, Women 4 Women Board, Citizens Union Bank Advisory Board, GLI Small and Independent Business Committee and IdeaFestival Planning and Taste of Innovation Committees.
Nonstop Service to Travelers' Top 10 Destinations
Nonstop service is available to our travelers' top 10 destinations. With its airline partners, the airport monitors the final destinations of passengers to ensure the community's air travel needs are met. Also, throughout the year the airport hosts regular meetings with the regional business community and frequent travelers to discuss air travel demand.
The top 10 destinations of travelers at Louisville International are:
|City||No. of Enplaned Passengers||Percentage of Overall Air Traffic|
|1||Chicago||98,605||6.85%||American, Southwest, United|
|4||Atlanta||73,385||5.10%||Air Tran, Delta, Southwest|
|10||Washington, D.C.||45,619||3.17%||US Airways, United|
Source: U.S. Department of Transportation Origin and Destination Survey, YE 2Q 2013
During your next trip, check out the current Nonstop Savings specials at Louisville International Airport. Each month, the airport's retail and food-and-beverage outlets offer specials on everything from sandwiches and coffee to clothing and jewelry.
For a complete list of Nonstop Savings, including those valid for November 1-30, 2013, visit FlyLouisville.com from your laptop, tablet or smartphone!
Sinnwell Named Deputy Executive Director of Planning and Engineering
Brian Sinnwell was recently named the Deputy Executive Director of Planning and Engineering for the Louisville Regional Airport Authority (LRAA). In his new role, Sinnwell will oversee the Authority's engineering, planning, environmental and noise-abatement efforts.
During his 23 years of experience, Sinnwell most recently served as the Director of Planning and Facilities at the Lehigh Northampton Airport Authority in Allentown, PA. He has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Technology from the University of Pittsburgh, a Master's Certificate in Applied Project Management from Villanova University and a Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management from Lehigh University.
Sinnwell is active in the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) as a member of the Operations, Safety and Planning Committee and in Engineers Without Borders.
Haizlip Hired as Authority Director of Maintenance
Tim Haizlip was recently hired as the Director of Maintenance for the Louisville Regional Airport Authority (LRAA) where his responsibilities include day-to-day operations and long-range programs for maintenance, repair and operational capability of all Airport Authority facilities - including buildings, runways, taxiways, airfield lighting and LRAA vehicles. He will also direct the Authority's Snow Teams which, when needed, continuously clear snow and ice from runways and taxiways to ensure on-time aircraft operations during the winter.
Haizlip has worked in the aviation industry for more than 19 years, most recently as the Director of Maintenance at the Capital Region Airport Authority in Lansing, MI. He has a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Public Administration from Northern Kentucky University. In addition, he is an active member of the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) as a Certified Member (C.M.) and is working towards becoming an Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E.).
Clayton Earns AAE
Congratulations to Dwight Clayton, Director of Engineering for the Airport Authority, who recently completed the American Association of Airport Executives' accreditation process and is now an Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E.).