The CEO of Waterford Airport is leaving his role today.
Desmond O’Flynn has been in the top position for the past four years.
In a short statement, The Board of the Airport thanked Mr O’Flynn for his work and wished him well for the future.
It is not clear if the board will be seeking a new CEO, however the airport manager remains in place.
Waterford Airport has been without a commercial airline since VLM ended flights in June 2016.
The Board say it remains their priority to secure the necessary funding to extend the runway in order to ensure that the Airport can offer air connectivity to the UK and Europe for the southeast.
Waterford Airport continues to maintain the Irish Coast Guard helicopter search and rescue service for the region and to provide direct access for business and corporate aircraft.