Lynchburg airport director to retire in November

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August 05, 2019

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After 20 years at the helm, Lynchburg Regional Airport Director Mark Courtney is retiring.

“It certainly has been a dynamic and rewarding experience leading Lynchburg Regional Airport over the last 20 years, and I will miss the many friends I have made throughout the community,” Courtney said in the news release issued Thursday evening announcing his retirement.

On Friday, Lynchburg City Manager Bonnie Svrcek said there would be “a seamless transition” of leadership at the airport but did not indicate who would step into Courtney’s role.