Myron Keehn, Edmonton Airports, joins Airport A&I 2020 speakers

“Airports which adopt an innovative passenger centric design will be able to provide personalized and targeted offerings to passengers on a mass scale…

driving a unique experience and significant non aeronautical revenues. Automation provides an opportunity to further increase the efficiency of airports and airlines, which in turn leads to an improved passenger experience at a reduced cost to the operator.”

Myron Keehn is the Vice President, Air Service & Commercial Development, leads Edmonton International Airports’ development plan for air service routes and commercial revenues. This includes; air service, e-commerce, cargo, distribution logistics, value added manufacturing, warranty fulfillment, concessions, advertising, parking, ground transportation, and real estate development. Myron also leads Edmonton Airports’ efforts in the Asia Pacific region including China, Japan, Korea and Singapore.

He has had a long and distinguished career in commercial development, where he has held many challenging positions, including serving as a manager and director with Vancouver International Airport in various commercial development roles. In addition, Myron has held various roles within the private and public sectors, including parking and real estate development.  He has also developed commercial plans for several international airports.

Myron contributes to a number of boards and committees in the community, including the BOMA Canada (Building Owners and Managers Association) Board of Directors, Covenant Heath Growth and Innovation Committee as well as the Leduc Food Bank.

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