Denver Post - Conrad Swanson

Washington will replace Kim Day, who is retiring July after 13 years as airport CEO

The man who runs Los Angeles’ public transportation is the likely next CEO of the Denver International Airport, Mayor Michael Hancock announced Monday morning.

If Phil Washington’s name sounds familiar, it’s because he spent several years running the Regional Transportation District in the Denver metro before heading to Los Angeles. So long as the Denver City Council approves Hancock’s decision, Washington will take over this summer for departing CEO Kim Day, who announced her retirement in May after 13 years at the head.

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