Thursday, June 12, 2014

Stewart International Airport (KSWF) gets new manager

NEW WINDSOR – Stewart International Airport will have a new general manager, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced today, Thursday.

Ed Harrison is taking over as Stewart's general manager while the incumbent chief there, Richard Heslin, has been given the helm of Newark Liberty International Airport.

Harrison, until this appointment, was at Newark and was manager of commercial properties and development for that airport as well as for Teterboro Airport in New Jersey.

He joined the Port Authority in 1993 and was previously with a manager of marine terminal facilities.

Heslin, who has 43 years with the Port Authority and PATH rail, previously managed Teterboro and in his new role will oversee that airport as well.

The Port Authority also named Michael Moran to head JFK International Airport and Lysa Scully to run LaGuardia Airport. E.J. Mullins was named to program director at Atlantic City International Airport as part of the authority's deal to provide management services there.

Story and photos: