There’s a new man in charge at Memphis International Airport.
The airport authority chose its vice president, Scott Brockman, as its new CEO while outgoing CEO Larry Cox gets a golden parachute.
And although there’s talk of another unnamed airline arriving besides Southwest, flights are leaving faster than you can say “cleared for takeoff.”
Now the board is warning concourse A or C – or both – may have to be mothballed.
The Informed Sources team asks, “Is Brockman the right choice to lead the way?”