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New Leadership Named at Branson Airport

Left to right: Stan Field and Nathan Fosnaugh (Photo courtesy of Branson Airport, LLC)

Two members of the team at the Branson Airport have moved into new leadership roles.

According to a press release from the Airport, Stan Field has been named as the new Airport Executive Director and Jesse Fosnaugh, A.A.E. as the Airport Deputy Director.

Field has been the Airport’s Chief Financial Officer since 2010. He takes over the position previously held by Jeff Bourk, who left after 14 years to become the Executive Director of the Wilmington, North Carolina Airport. 

Fosnaugh has been with the Airport since 2008, most recently serving as the Airport’s Director of Operations and Maintenance. 

“I am very pleased that Stan and Jesse will be leading the Branson Airport team into the future. Having worked alongside them both for over the past decade, I have every confidence in their leadership and vision for what’s next,” says Steve Peet, CEO of Branson Airport, LLC in the press release.

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