Resolutions of the 21st general meeting of Aerodrom Ljubljana
The general meeting of Aerodrom Ljubljana, which is 100%-owned by Fraport AG of Germany, today decided to convert from a public limited company to a limited liability company. It also resolved to delist the company’s shares from the Ljubljana Stock Exchange.
Official approval was conferred on the Supervisory Board and the three-person Management Board for their work in the 2014 financial year.
Aerodrom Ljubljana will henceforth be run by a single managing director. Mr Zmago Skobir, who has been at the helm of the company since 2007, was appointed to the aforementioned position for a term of five years.
A Board of Investors was also appointed for a term of five years. It will consist of Pierre Dominique Prümm, Kai Peter Holger Zobel and Gudrun Telöken, all from Fraport.
The resolutions passed by the general meeting shall enter into force on the day that they are entered in the companies register.
Zmago Skobir has held the position of president of the Management Board of Aerodrom Ljubljana, d.d. since July 2007. He is responsible for the traffic-technical division and commercial division, for the aero-engineering division, for legal affairs, for corporate communications and for procurement.
He joined the Management Board in 2002, first as a special advisor to the board, then a year later as the board member responsible for marketing strategy.
He graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Ljubljana, before passing his bar exam at Ljubljana Higher Court and taking his specialisation at the law faculty in Belgrade. He has a wealth of experience in aviation and tourism. He was commercial director at Adria Airways from 1984 to 1998, when he was responsible for launching the domestic airline’s first scheduled services and the establishment of partnership with airliner Lufthansa. During this period he set up and ran Adria GmbH-Frankfurt, and established the service linking Ljubljana with Frankfurt. The next step in his career was at the helm of Globtour. He was the driving force behind the establishment of the SPOT (Slovenian Power of Tourism) consortium, which he also headed, and was also a member of the tourism commission at the Ministry of the Economy and a member of the expert council at the Slovenian Tourist Board. Since 2006 he has been on the board of ACI Europe, which is a major player in shaping European aviation and transport policy.
Zg. Brnik, 2. 4. 2015