Todd Dalsing named next Dubuque Regional Airport Director
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Aug. 21, 2019 -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DUBUQUE, Iowa –The Dubuque Regional Airport Commission has announced the appointment of Todd E. Dalsing as the new director of the Dubuque Regional Airport. Dalsing will begin his duties on Nov. 28, 2019, and will replace Robert A. Grierson, AAE who is retiring after thirteen and a half years as airport manager in Dubuque.
“Todd brings 26 years of aviation experience,” said Airport Commission Chairperson Doug Brotherton. “Todd has been an asset at the Dubuque Regional Airport as the operations and maintenance supervisor since 2004. He has the background and knowledge to lead the airport forward.”
Dalsing graduated from the University of Dubuque with a bachelor of science degree in aviation management and flight operations. In 1994, Dalsing was hired as full-time airport operations specialist at the airport and, in 2004, was promoted to operation and maintenance supervisor. He is a board member of the Iowa Public Airports Association, member of American Association of Airport Executives Great Lakes Chapter, and an adjunct professor at the University of Dubuque. He also holds private, instrument, and commercial pilot licenses.
As airport director, Dalsing will operate under supervision and policy direction from the Airport Commission and will be responsible for administrative work in the management of the Dubuque Regional Airport and the Dubuque Jet Center. Additional responsibilities include: supervising and directing the activities of supervisory and other personnel of the airport; conferring with representatives of federal agencies, commercial airlines, military and private aircraft operators, and other users of airport facilities relative to mutual problems and overall policies and procedures; negotiating leases and agreements with users of facilities; determining present and future operational and other needs; and enforcing federal and other laws and regulations with commercial carriers to enhance air service and competitive rates.
Dalsing lives in Dubuque with his wife Candace and two children.
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