The Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority announces new Airport Manager

Following a nationwide search, the Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority has selected Patrick Sharrow to be the new Airport Manager at the Ogdensburg International Airport.

The Ogdensburg International Airport is one of the fastest growing Part 139, Class I, Primary Commercial Service Airports in northern New York State. In his new role, Sharrow will be in charge of assessing, evaluating, coordinating, and overseeing the daily airport operations.

Sharrow has been in the aviation field since 2004, most recently as an airport operations specialist at the Burlington International Airport in Burlington, Vermont. He has worked in all aspects of airport operations as well as airport maintenance, engineering and administration.

“We are delighted to welcome Patrick Sharrow to the authority team,” said Wade A. Davis, Executive Director of the authority. “Patrick brings extensive and successful airport experience at both airlines and airports, attributes we believe are very important to the authority as we execute our airport growth strategy for the benefit of the region.”

“I am very excited for the opportunity to work with the Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority,” said Sharrow. “I look forward to participating in the growth of the Ogdensburg International Airport as well as the northern New York region.”

Sharrow has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aerospace Studies from the Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and an MBA from Norwich University. He is also an accredited airport executive with the American Association of Airport Executives and a private pilot.

Maritime Editorial