The Airport News Announces Staffing Changes; Dan Carstens, Publisher, Accepts New Role with Connecticut Airport Authority; Margaret Murphy to Assume Editorial Responsibilities

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[Windsor Locks, CT – February 10, 2012] The Airport News and airportnews.com today announce staffing changes at the business publication.  Mr. Dan Carstens, long time Publisher will be assuming new responsibilities at the Connecticut Airport Authority in the capacity of Marketing and Business Development Consultant for the organization.

“I am very excited to be assuming my new role with the Connecticut Airport Authority. I look forward to concentrating my efforts on developing Bradley International Airport and the State’ s general aviation airports towards greater economic stature. I expect The Airport News will remain a vital part of the aviation community. I am confident that the current team, with Ms. Murphy’s leadership, will continue with the great work that has been our trademark to date. There will be no additional staffing changes at the publication,” said Mr. Carstens, who has managed the publication for the past 19 years.

Ms. Margaret Murphy, who most recently has been working with the sales and editorial team, will assume all Editorial and Publishing responsibilities immediately. Ms. Murphy previously held positions as Marketing Consultant with Marina Bay Sands in Singapore and as Marketing Director for Foxwoods Resort Casino.

“This is a wonderful opportunity and a great honor to be assuming this role, after the tremendous leadership that Mr. Carstens has provided over the past years. This is a dynamic publication that reports on a very diverse business community. The airports and their surrounding businesses are an economic engine in the region and a vital part of Connecticut’s economic stability and growth. I look forward to moving the publication and online formats forward.”

The Airport News and airportnews.com cover news and events that relate to the Bradley International Airport, and Connecticut’s aviation businesses and communities. The reach of Connecticut’s aviation business family is worldwide, and its economic impact covers the entire region. For more information regarding The Airport News and airportnews.com visit our website or call Ms. Murphy at 860.460.5095.

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