Bangalore, Nov 21 (UNI) After fructifying the first private promoted International Airport in the country in May this year, Albert Brunner, the Chief Executive Officer of the Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) has decided to quit.
Mr Brunner, a Swiss expert in infrastructure projects, had been in limelight in driving the project to a success after a seven-year hard work.
A BIAL spokesperson said Mr Brunner would be leaving after being in the charge for seven years as he had decided to move on and not extend his contract with BIAL.
The promoters nominated Marcel Hungerbuehler, the current Chief Operations Officer of BIAL, as the new CEO of BIAL with effect from February one, 2009.
Reacting on his decision, Mr Brunner said ''my decision to leave BIAL is purely personally motivated.'' ''After seven years in this position, the time for a change has come. I initially came here on a three year contract but ended up making Bangalore my home for seven years,'' he added.
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