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Deputy general manager leaving Hartsfield-Jackson
By John McCullough

Mario Diaz is stepping down as deputy general manager at Hartsfield-Jackson.

Diaz recently accepted a job as director of the Houston Airport System, which includes three airports: George Bush Intercontinental, William P. Hobby and Ellington Airport. Diaz has been with Hartsfield-Jackson since 1999.

“Hartsfield-Jackson is not only losing a great leader, but one of its sharpest minds,” Aviation General Manager Ben DeCosta said. “It has been a privilege working side by side with Mario for nearly 11 years in Atlanta and many years prior to that during our tenure with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

“The Houston Airport System can look forward to a leader who brings a keen intellect, a thirst for innovation and a commitment to developing strong teams and delivering excellent customer service. I wish him all the best!”

During Diaz’s tenure, he has overseen the daily operational activities of the Airport, such as business, finance, capital development and operations. His last day at Hartsfield-Jackson will be in May.

Deputy General Manager Mario Diaz will become director of the Houston Airport System.

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