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Emilio Gonzalez Pilots Miami International Airport Plans To Take To The Air To Bring Home An Additional Foreign Carrier

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Written by on May 30, 2013

Emilio Gonzalez’s broad knowledge of domestic and foreign business, government and policy practices has landed him as director of the Miami-Dade Aviation Department in April.

Prior to his new role, Mr. Gonzalez was president and CEO of NPI Advisors, an international and government affairs consulting firm, and president and CEO of Indra USA, the US subsidiary of Spain’s Indra Systems, a European-based IT solutions international company.

Additionally, he served as director of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services within the Department of Homeland Security in Washington, as senior managing director for global and government affairs at a major local law firm, and as director of Western Hemisphere Affairs at the National Security Council at the White House. He retired with a rank of colonel from the US Army.

Mr. Gonzalez hit the ground running once he took office with an extensive list of goals to fulfill to grow and prosper Miami International Airport, ranging from smart parking to an overall improvement of every passenger’s travel experience.

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