Marc Houalla

Deputy Executive Officer, Chief Officer  of Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport 

Marc Houalla, born on 10 February 1961, first graduated in 1985 as an ENAC engineer; he then graduated in 1991 as a civil aviation engineer from the same school.
He is also an Executive Master Of Business Administration post-graduate from HEC.

He began his career in 1985 as a research engineer at Transport Canada (Directorate of the Canadian Civil Aviation) in Ottawa. He then joined French Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) in 1987, where he successively held the positions as the engineer responsible for business and technical service and air navigation in Paris, then as head of the technical and finance department of SEFA (the aeronautical training service) in Paris, then at Muret (in the department of Haute Garonne).

Edward Arkwright, Directeur Général exécutif, en charge du développement, de l'ingénierie, et de la transformation Groupe ADP

From 1996 to 1998, he worked for SOFREAVIA (Counselling and engineering agency for air transport) as a consultant on economic and financial affairs. In 1998, he joined DGAC as Director of Operations in the Civil Aviation South Division (DAC/South) in Toulouse. In 2003, he took charge of civil aviation in the Provence region, and Director of the main airport of Marseille Provence.

Then in 2006, he headed the new South-Southeast Air Navigation Service in Marseille. In December 2006, he was appointed head of SEFA. Marc Houalla became the Director of the National Civil Aviation School in November 2008. 

From November 2008 to January 2011, he combined both positions at ENAC and SEFA.

He joined in September 2017 Groupe ADP as Executive Director of Paris-Orly Airport.