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Tuesday, September 14, 2010 - 4:49am

New Head Of Atlanta Airport Nominated

The world’s busiest airport could soon have a new general manager.

Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed has nominated Louis Miller for the GM post of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

Miller, if confirmed by the Atlanta city council, would oversee an airport that generates more than $30 billion dollars in revenue every year.

His experience includes running the Tampa and Salt Lake City airports.

A couple of his focus points for the new Atlanta job -- completing a $1.4 billion international terminal, along with boosting the airport’s air cargo business.

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