ILM Announces Leadership Promotions, Names Deputy Airport Directors

The Wilmington International Airport is pleased to announce the promotion of both Robert Campbell and Granseur Dick to Deputy Airport Director, effective July 1, 2022.  Robert Campbell will be the Deputy Airport Director of Finance, Marketing, and Human Resources and Granseur Dick the Deputy Airport Director of Operations, Facilities, and Maintenance.

“Bob and Granseur are dedicated airport professionals with a strong track record at ILM. Under their leadership, ILM has embarked upon significant capital projects while maintaining a strong financial position.  I’m excited to recognize their hard work through these well-deserved promotions and look forward to working together in their expanded roles, supporting ILM’s growth and providing excellent service for our residents and visitors,” stated Jeffrey Bourk, Airport Director.

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Robert Campbell, A.A.E., CPA

Robert J. Campbell, A.A.E., CPA: Bio

Robert Campbell joined the ILM team in 2015 as Finance Director with primary responsibilities in managing the airport budget, maintaining accounting records, and administering airport investments. He oversaw the funding of the airport’s $75 million terminal expansion project.

Prior to joining ILM, Robert had twenty-five years of accounting and finance experience in the public and private sectors, including his role as Chief Financial Officer for a hospitality company.

Robert earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of New York at Albany. He is an Accredited Airport Executive and a Certified Public Accountant in the State of North Carolina.

An active member of the community, Robert currently serves on the Executive Board of Honor Flight of the Cape Fear Area and Chair of the 2022 American Association of Airport Executive’s Finance and Administration Conference.

Robert is married to LuAnn Campbell and has three children: Chloe, Riley and Lily.

Granseur Dick, P.E., C.M.

Granseur Dick, P.E., C.M.: Bio

Granseur joined the ILM team in 2017 and managed airport capital improvement projects, capital grants and oversaw strategic planning of airport development. He has been heavily involved with the design and construction of ILM’s $75M terminal expansion as well as other key projects including the airport’s ramp expansion, airfield drainage and master planning projects.

Prior to joining ILM, Granseur was an engineer for land development and utility consulting firms in central and southeastern NC and holds a professional engineering (PE) license. He is also a Certified Member (CM) of the American Association of Airport Executives.

He earned a BSCE from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (2004) and is scheduled to graduate in December with an MBA in Aviation from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.

A private pilot since 2010, he has enjoyed merging one of his passions with his profession and looks forward to a long career in aviation management. When not working, he enjoys fishing, surfing, and boating with his wife Shannon, and three teenage children.

Media Contact:                                                                                             
Erin McNally
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About the Wilmington International Airport: The Wilmington International Airport serves southeastern North Carolina with commercial air service on American, Avelo, Delta, and United.  These air carriers provide nonstop service to twelve markets, connecting travelers to over 360 destinations.  Avelo Airlines, ILM’s newest carrier is set to begin nonstop service to New Haven, CT, Orlando, FL, and Baltimore Washington, DC June 30th and July 1st, respectively.  Earlier this year, United launched nonstop service to Newark airport, American increased nonstop service to Boston on a daily seasonal service and resumed seasonal service to Chicago, and Delta announced an increase to daily seasonal service to LaGuardia.  In May, ILM set a record for the number of enplanements at ILM.  The NCDOT Division of Aviation’s 2020 report estimated ILM’s economic impact at $2.25 billion and 16,385 jobs.  For more information on ILM, please visit