Adani Airports appoints Rajeev Jain as CEO of airport biz
Adani Airports has appointed Rajeev Jain, the CEO of Mumbai International Airport, as the CEO of its airports division.
Jain, who has spent 15 years at MIAL, will now be responsible for all of Adani's airport projects.
Ben Zandi, who will now lead Adani Airports' non-aero revenue segment, will be replaced by Jain.
MIAL will be led by Prakash Tulsiani, the former managing director of Gujarat Pipavav and chief operating officer of Allcargo Logistics.
The Navi Mumbai project will be led by BVJK Sharma, director, ports at Adani Ports & SEZ. Sharma previously worked at JSW Infrastructure as a joint managing director.
Adani Airports will relocate its headquarters from Mumbai to Ahmedabad.
In 2019, the Adani Group entered the airport's sector. Adani Airports, which was born out of the group's flagship company Adani Enterprises Limited (AEL), was awarded the contract to modernise and operate six airports in India, including Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Mangaluru, Jaipur, Guwahati, and Thiruvananthapuram, through the Airports Authority of India's globally competitive tendering process.