Jean-Michel Vernhes

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Jean-Michel Vernhes
Born Vernhes
1950
Mazamet
Residence France
Nationality French
Education Aerospace engineer
Alma mater École nationale de l'aviation civile
Occupation President of the French Airports (Union des aéroports français) and of Toulouse-Blagnac Airport[1]
Employer Toulouse-Blagnac Airport
Known for President of the French Airports (Union des aéroports français) and of Toulouse-Blagnac Airport[2]
Predecessor Claude Terrazzoni

Jean-Michel Vernhes, born in 1950 at Mazamet, is a French aerospace engineer and businessman. He is the current President of French Airports (Union des aéroports français) and of Toulouse-Blagnac Airport.[3][4]

Graduate from the French Civil Aviation University (1971),[5] Jean-Michel Vernhes starts his career in 1975 at the air traffic control center of Bordeaux.[6] He has done a career of 20 years in air navigation.[7][8] He is nominated President of Toulouse-Blagnac Airport in 1999.

The 18th of May 2011, in addition, he become President of the French Airports (Union des aéroports français).[9][10]

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