Brussels Airport appoints Thomas Romig new COO

Thomas Romig new Chief Operating Officer of Brussels Airport

Brussels Airport has confirmed that Thomas Romig has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer.

A spokesperson for the airport commented: “We warmly welcome Thomas Romig as Brussels Airport Company’s new COO.

“With his solid expertise in the #aviation industry, combined with in-depth knowledge of airport operations, Thomas will contribute to drive our strategic initiatives forward. Good luck Thomas!”

Thomas Romig is a graduate of Embry Riddle Aeronautical University where he obtained an Aviation Business Management degree.

Thomas Romig joined Airports Council International (ACI) in November 2020 as Vice President Safety, Security and Operations.

He heads up all advocacy efforts and programme areas related to airport operations – ranging from Airside Safety and Capacity through to Facilitation and Security and across into Innovation and IT.

Prior to this, he held a number of senior leadership positions at Geneva Airport in Switzerland, both in Safety and then Operations where among his multiple functions he was in charge of Emergency Planning and Crisis Management as well as the day‐to‐day management of airport operations.

Over the years, he has been strongly involved in ICAO and EASA regulatory activities as a representative of the airport’s community through ACI.