Hamburg: Michael Eggenschwiler is retiring

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After more than 20 years of service, Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO of Hamburg Airport, will retire at the end of 2023. Symbolically, the baton has already been handed over to Christian Kunsch and Berit Schmitz.

“I consider it a great honor to have been able to help shape the past almost 21 years here at Hamburg Airport. During this time, I was able to achieve a lot together with our team: the terminals, the plaza and the freight center were rebuilt, the apron was completely renovated during ongoing operations, and we further expanded our pioneering role in the industry in the environmental sector. The course for the future has been set here,” says Michael Eggenschwiler. “The most important thing for me was always how great the people understood each other as a strong team – as an airport family. So we not only celebrated successes, but also mastered challenging times professionally side by side.”

Terminal 2 of Hamburg Airport (Photo: Medvedev).
Terminal 2 of Hamburg Airport (Photo: Medvedev).