Since November 2011 Kjeld Binger has been responsible for the operational management and delivery of the new US$1.2 billion terminal of the Queen Alia International Airport in Jordan’s capital city, Amman. Kjeld has 18 years of experience in the airport sector. In his capacity as Executive Vice President of Copenhagen Airports he oversaw the transformation of CPH to a major regional hub, and as CEO of Copenhagen Airports International, he acquired and operated a successful portfolio of 11 airports globally. His other positions include Chairman and CEO of ASUR Mexico and CEO of DAE Airports, as well as membership of the boards of various airport companies.
Kjeld’s areas of expertise include business planning, acquisition and operational management of existing facilities as well as development of green- and brown-field airports. His main focus has been on the development of necessary infrastructure and commercial facilities to supply capacity in due time, constantly taking into account the strong correlation between market development and necessary supply of quality capacity at competitive rates.
Kjeld graduated from the Technical University in Odense, Denmark in 1980, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering and Structural Engineering. He has two adult daughters, and enjoys spending his leisure time scuba diving and supporting causes related to oceanic conservation.