Swedavia has appointed Anna Strömwall (pictured above) as the new airport director of Gothenburg Landvetter Airport and as a new member of Swedavia’s Group management team.
Once confirmed by the Swedish Transport Agency, she will assume the position in February.
Strömwall currently works as the head of the Group’s consultancy unit, Swedavia Consult, and has many years of management experience in the transport and logistics sector, as planning manager at Scandinavia’s largest network of container ports, APM Terminals, and as head of security screening at Stockholm Arlanda.
“I am really pleased Anna Strömwall is taking on the role as new Airport Director at Göteborg Landvetter Airport. Her extensive experience in the sector and her leadership will be a useful addition to the development of Göteborg Landvetter Airport as western Sweden’s international airport and as one of the world’s most climate-smart airports,” said Jonas Abrahamsson, president and CEO of Swedavia.
“It is incredibly fun and exciting to have the opportunity, together with all the skilled and engaged employees at the airport, to continue developing Göteborg Landvetter Airport in the same positive direction we are working in today,” said Strömwall.
Anna Strömwall succeeds Charlotte Ljunggren, who has been Landvetter’s airport director since 2012. She will now assume a new position as director for markets and commercial development for Swedavia’s 10 airports and stay on as a member of Swedavia’s Group management team.
Landvetter is the second largest airport in Sweden after Stockholm Arlanda Airport. In 2017, the airport had more than 6.7 million passengers, of which about 5.3 million were international and about 1.5 million were domestic.