NEW DELHI :
Arvind Singh, a Maharashtra cadre officer of the prestigious Indian Administrative Service (IAS), on Wednesday took over as the chief of Airports Authority of India (AAI), the company said in a statement.
Prior to the appointment at AAI, Singh was Additional Chief Secretary (Energy) with the Maharashtra government. He has also worked as chairman and managing director of Maharashtra State Power Generation Company Ltd. and the Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Company Ltd. (MSETCL).
Singh will replace Anuj Aggarwal, who had earlier been with the additional charge of AAI chairman.
"In his new assignment as the Chairman of the Airports Authority of India, Singh will lead efforts to achieve AAI’s organizational goals of providing world-class airport infrastructure, top-of-the-line facilities and leading air navigation services in the world," AAI said in a statement.