Bettina Ganghofer is CEO of Salzburg Airport and its three subsidiaries since October 2017. She started her career at Lufthansa AG with a vocational training and gained extensive experience in marketing & sales, controlling, cost-management and strategic projects. In 2004 she moved to Shanghai as one of the Managing Directors of PACTL, a Sino-German joint venture and one of the largest air cargo terminal worldwide, being responsible for marketing & sales, quality management, IT and operations. In 2009, she joined the Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG as Managing Director of PortGround, the groundhandling company at the airports Leipzig/Halle and Dresden, then as MD of Dresden Airport. In addition, she was the Representative of the Board for air cargo and logistics for the entire business group. Bettina Ganghofer holds a Master of Art in Practicing Management at the University of Lancaster. She lives in Salzburg, is married and a mother of two.

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