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[April 14, 2014]

Airport Lounge Development Names Nancy Knipp as SVP [Travel & Leisure Close - Up]

(Travel & Leisure Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Airport Lounge Development, a shared-use lounge developer, announced the addition of Nancy Knipp as Senior Vice President in the company's executive leadership team.

"Nancy's breadth of experience and knowledge of the airport lounge industry is a valuable asset as ALD continues to be the 'go to' partner for airports looking to develop, change or re-allocate airport lounge space," said Steve Pinches, Director of Collinson Group - the parent company of ALD, in a release. "Widely popular overseas, independent shared-use lounges are now rapidly expanding in the U.S., enabling airports to enhance their passenger's travel experience and improve their competitive position.


"Collinson is very committed to growing ALD's network of lounges, and the appointment of a senior executive like Nancy, who has more than 30 years of experience in airline and airport lounges, is a tangible example of how we are investing in the growth of this important business." Prior to joining ALD, Knipp served more than 30 years with American Airlines, most recently as President and Managing Director for Admirals Club and Premium Services in Fort Worth, Texas.

The Collinson Group is a provider of customer management.

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