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Posted on: April 27, 2023

[ARCHIVED] City announces Brian Gall as new Airport Director

The City of Flagstaff is pleased to announce that Brian Gall has accepted the position of Airport Director for the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport. Brian has 16 years of experience in municipal government, federal government, and consulting. Brian currently serves as the Airport Programs Manager at the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport and previously worked for the City of Flagstaff as a Development Engineering Project Manager. Prior to joining Team Flagstaff, Brian worked as an engineer for the Coconino and Kaibab National Forests and spent 11 years as an airport consultant. During his time as a consultant, he designed and managed projects at airports across Arizona, including several here at the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport.

The time Brian spent in Flagstaff while working on projects at the airport helped him and his wife Genevieve decide to move here, and you can often find them and their dogs enjoying the National Forests and Parks across the region. 

Heidi Hansen, the City’s Economic Vitality Director, said “we are so excited to have Brian work in this capacity for the airport. He has a great work ethic, is incredibly analytical, customer focused, and has an extensive knowledge of capital projects and processes, as well as FAA and TSA requirements. We are in good hands with Brian at the helm.” 

Brian will begin his new role on April 20, 2023. 


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