Bangor International Airport provides global access and exceptional service with a personal touch and a focus on dependability and value.
We strive to be the airport of choice for all your aviation needs, while playing a vital role in creating a dynamic business environment and fostering global access.
Anthony P. Caruso, Jr. C.M.
Anthony P. Caruso Jr., C.M. was appointed as the Bangor International Airport Director in July of 2012. As the Airport Director, he is responsible for the management of our international, non-hub, commercial and military joint-use airport. He oversees the day to day operations of the airport, is responsible for the budget, business development for the airport, participates in community outreach, and is the airport spokesperson. In addition to being an FAA licensed Private Pilot, Tony holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Science with a concentration in Airport Management from Bridgewater State University, and is a Certified Member of the American Association of Airport Executives. Tony has expertise in airport, airline and FBO management. Tony is married and has two children (twins!). He loves to travel (yes, he is in the right industry), and meet people from other cultures. He's also an avid Boston sports fan.
Brian Veneziano joined the BGR Team in February 2019 as the Assistant Airport Director and leads the Passenger Services, Airline Services, Ramp Services, Ground Support Equipment and Aircraft Maintenance divisions. Brian has more than 25 years of aviation experience with the U.S. Army and is a qualified helicopter pilot. Brian holds a Master’s Degree in Management and a Graduate Certificate in Human Resources from the University of Maryland, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education from the University of Maine. In his spare time, Brian enjoys classic cars and spending summer weekends at car shows with his wife and twin sons.
Manager of Airport Operations
When he's not busy managing five divisions at BGR that support airport operations, including facilities maintenance, airfield maintenance, aircraft dispatch, compliance and security and the fuel/tank farm, Curt can be found puttering around his farm and apple orchard. Curt's aviation career spans 30-plus years, including 25 years in the U.S. Air Force and then with the Maine Air National Guard 101st Air Refueling Wing here in Bangor. Curt loves to spend time outdoors, puttering on the farm or tinkering on the tractor, and with family -- especially spoiling his grandchildren.
Marketing & Business Development Manager
Aimee joined the BGR Team in May 2018. As the Marketing & Business Development Manager she is responsible for Air Service Development, advertising and marketing campaigns, community outreach and public relations programs. Aimee also is involved with BGR's Air Cargo development initiatives along with general aviation and military business development. She serves as the airport's Public Information Officer. For 16 years, Aimee worked as a reporter and editor at the Bangor Daily News. She also spent a couple of years as a writer in the Communications Department at the University of Maine, has taught journalism at UMaine, and immediately prior to joining BGR served as the marketing and fund development director at the Old Town-Orono YMCA. Aimee is a 2003 graduate of the University of Maine majoring in English and Journalism and also is a graduate of the UMaine Honors College. She is most proud, however, of her family. Together, she and her husband Cory have two young children and a Yellow Lab that likes to eat everything.
Born and raised in the Bangor area and a graduate of Bangor High, Jody followed in her mom's footsteps and started her career in banking. Eleven years later, she took a job with the City of Bangor in 1999 where her Dad also served as a firefighter for 20 years. After spending a year in the Treasury Office, she moved to the Finance Department where she worked for 17 years prior to joining the airport as its Finance Manager in 2018. Jody enjoys spending time with her fiancé and adult daughter, taking road trips with longtime friends, lounging poolside or beachside and has been known to travel roads she's never been on just to see where they go. An animal lover, Jody has a cat that runs the house and a 107-pound Chocolate Lab that's afraid of sneezes and cottage cheese. The biggest challenge of working at the airport? Learning to use military time and the aviation alphabet.