Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has appointed Janusz Janiszewski as the Acting President of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency, effective 9 July.
Prior to this appointment Janusz Janiszewski worked as Acting Director for Strategy and International Affairs at PANSA where he was responsible for delivering the Agency’s key objectives within the Single European Sky framework. His day-to-day work required comprehension of the EU and national regulatory environment, sound knowledge in economic and financial fields, as well as an understanding of current and future investment needs of the Agency. One of his main achievements in this position was coordination of PANSA team in the process of successful revision of the cost-efficiency target for Poland in the Performance Plan of the Baltic FAB for 2015-2019.
Janusz Janiszewski joined PANSA in 1999 and since then has been working as an air traffic controller (Area Control) in Warsaw FIR. Thanks to his operational background and experience in leading operational projects, he is able to understand and oversee complex end-to-end processes in ATM industry.
Due to his experience and expertise, in March 2018 Janusz Janiszewski was appointed as Member of the Advisory Committee for the Central Transport Hub in Poland.
As the new President of PANSA, Janusz Janiszewski will specifically focus on strengthening PANSA’s position in Europe, delivering balanced solutions for the future and effective communication with its team and aviation stakeholders.
On announcing the appointment, Mikołaj Wild, Government Plenipotentiary for the Central Transport Hub for the Republic of Poland and Secretary of State at the Ministry of Infrastructure, said: “Having both managerial and operational experience in the air traffic management domain, Mr Janiszewski is ready to take the leadership of PANSA. "I am looking forward to working with him.” - said Wild.