5 Interviewed For Lafayette Airport Director Job

LAFAYETTE, LA (AP) — A search committee will narrow the number of candidates vying to be Lafayette Regional Airport director from five to four next week as the airport board moves toward choosing a director in January.

         The Advocate’s Billy Gunn reports committee members on Nov. 20 will eliminate one of the remaining candidates based on interviews Thursday that each lasted less than an hour. The five candidates were interviewed Thursday.

         The five candidates still in the hunt are Jason Devillier, director at the Iberia Parish Airport; Ralph Hennessy, assistant director of aviation at the Baton Rouge airport; Robert Kennedy, of East Point, Georgia, vice president of consulting services for Aviation Strategies International; Steven Picou, deputy director of aviation at the Amarillo International Airport; and David Blackshear, vice president of Applied Airport Technology in Maryland.

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