Lance Lyttle is the Chief Operating Officer for Houston Airport System (HAS).
Prior to his appointment as COO, Lyttle held two key management posts for Houston’s three airports including: Chief Development Officer and Chief Strategy and Performance Officer. He oversaw the emergency installation of the new Chilled Water Pipe at Geroge Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), the commencement of the Terminal B South Side Replacement construction, as well as the infrastructure improvements to prepare Bush Intercontinental for the A380, which began service to Houston on Aug. 1, 2012.
Lyttle served in top executive jobs at the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport as an Assistant General Manager and before that -- the Chief Information Officer.
He has extensive experience spearheading strategic and business plan development, developing high performance organization, business process re-engineering, ideas management and innovation, and implementing technologically complex projects. He also brings extensive experience in creating new sources of non-airline revenues.
In addition, Lyttle served in the past as a chairperson for the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE).
He holds multiple degrees from the University of the West Indies, including Bachelor of Science degrees in physics and computer science and a Masters degree in Management Information Systems.