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New Member Joins Houston Airports' Leadership Team

Houston Airport System
January 6, 2011

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Lance Lyttle brings a wealth of technological and management expertise to the Houston Airport System.

The leadership team within the Houston Airport System (HAS) is adding a key new member, as Lance Lyttle is named chief technology and performance officer.

Lyttle makes the move to Houston after serving as the chief information officer at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.

Lyttle has extensive experience in spearheading technologically complex projects, such as computer network design and security management.

He is also familiar with the goals and philosophies of Houston aviation director Mario C. Diaz, since the two worked closely together in Atlanta before moving on to their respective new positions.

"Lance Lyttle is a high energy, innovative leader with extensive experience in creating new sources of non-airline revenues,” said Mario C. Diaz, aviation director. “I am confident in his abilities and I look forward to working with him again as we strategically and cost effectively utilize technology to achieve our goals.”

Lyttle has served in the past as a chairperson for the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE).

He has a Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in physics and computer science from the University of the West Indies, as well as a Masters degree in Management Information Systems from the same University.

He describes himself as an avid sportsperson who enjoys basketball, soccer, volleyball, tennis and golf. Lyttle also writes poetry, songs and short stories. Lyttle's first day on the job is in late January.

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