Management committee

VINCI Airports' management committee is composed of 10 members who bring their vision to the day-to-day development of a powerful Group.

Nicolas Notebaert

CEO of VINCI Concessions & President of VINCI Airports

Nicolas Notebaert is a member of the VINCI Group Executive Committee and serves as CEO of VINCI Concessions, bringing together global market leaders VINCI Airports, VINCI Highways and VINCI Railways.

Nicolas Notebaert oversees a network of world-class transport infrastructures spanning over 21 countries, including about 50 airports and 30 road infrastructures and a number of railway projects, among which the South Europe Atlantique high-speed line between Tours and Bordeaux.
 
Nicolas Notebaert joined the VINCI Group in 2002 as Head of Operations for the French road concession Cofiroute, before being appointed Director of Business Development for VINCI Concessions France in 2004. In February 2008, he became President of VINCI Airports, and CEO of VINCI Concessions in 2016. Prior to joining the VINCI Group, he held various positions in the French Ministry of Public Works and served as a cabinet member of the French Minister for Transportation and Infrastructure. He started his career in 1994 as a consultant to the World Bank. Nicolas Notebaert is a graduate of Ecole Polytechnique (X 89) and Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (Ponts 94).

As President of VINCI Airports, Nicolas Notebaert holds leadership positions in prominent projects throughout the world : board member of London Gatwick, Aeroportos de Portugal (ANA) and Kansai Airports (Japan), President of the Board of Nuevo Pudahuel (the consortium operating Santiago’s international airport), Chairman of the Board of Cambodia Airports, Chairman of the board of Aerodom (Dominican Republic), President of the Supervisory Board of Aéroports de Lyon, Chairman of the board of Aéroports du Grand Ouest.

VINCI Airports is the world’s first private airport operator and manages the most internationally-extensive global network, serving +240 million passengers per year in 11 countries, with operations in 7 capital cities (London, Lisbon, Santiago, Phnom Penh, Belgrade, Santo Domingo and Stockholm Skavsta).
 

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