Reach Airports, a U.S.-based airport management joint venture between Munich Airport International and the Carlyle Group’s CAG Holdings, today announced the appointment of Krystal J. Brumfield as the company’s first Chief of Staff (COS).
“Krystal is a well-regarded senior executive in the U.S. airports network. Her deep experience in community development and best business practices based on her legal and legislative background provide the credentials Reach Airports desires to support our aviation clients, connect to communities and move our U.S. airports forward smartly,” says Ginger Evans, CEO of Reach Airports.
In this role, Krystal will serve as a senior advisor to CEO Ginger Evans and the Reach senior leadership team. As COS, Krystal will be responsible for the overall day-to-day corporate management and execution of processes and policies in support of the organization’s mission.
Krystal currently serves as President & CEO of the Airport Minority Advisory Council (AMAC). Krystal comes to Reach Airports with an extensive aviation background, including working closely with airports, Congress, Federal government agencies, aviation trade associations and other industry related organizations.
Krystal said, “Reach Airports is the premier firm for airport operations, management, training and customer service. I am excited to expand my knowledge and experience even deeper into airport development opportunities and other industry-related management services. This role fully utilizes my background. I look forward to contributing to the team and helping Reach Airports expand its footprint throughout North America.”
Krystal will officially join the Reach Airports team in early July.
About Reach Airports
Reach Airports LLC is a U.S.-based joint venture between Munich Airport International and the Carlyle Group’s airport investment platform, CAG Holdings, offering operations, training, consulting and management services to the aviation sector in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. It combines the strengths of both parties – the airport investment background of CAG with the operational management expertise of Munich Airport. The formation of Reach Airports builds upon an existing partnership between CAG and Munich Airport for airport development opportunities globally, most notably the redevelopment of Terminal One at JFK International Airport. The combination of a strong financial investor joining forces with Europe’s best airport to transform the customer experience at JFK represents a milestone in the North American aviation sector.