Bellew Gives Oman a Go

Long-standing Christchurch Airport CEO, George Bellew, is leaving the top job for a major international one. Bellew is to run the Oman Airports Management Company, which means overseeing $1.46 billion worth of upgrades to the Middle Eastern hub. 64-year-old Bellew was once the protégé of renowned Kiwi business mogul Sir Tom Clark. “[Tom] taught me that Kiwis can,” says Bellew. “He convinced me that we can fight it out with the best. Giving it a go is my poison.”


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