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Pinjara to lead security team at Biggin Hill
Arfaan Pinjara brings more than a decade of security experience to London Biggin Hill airport, having worked for Heathrow airport in various roles.
Arfaan Pinjara, London Biggin Hill airport security manager.

London Biggin Hill Airport has appointed Arfaan Pinjara to the newly created position of airport security manager.

He adds more than a decade of security experience to London Biggin Hill, having worked at Heathrow Airport across aviation security, terminal and baggage operations, as well as project management in Heathrow's expansion team. Prior to this position, he was operations manager at Amazon, supervising management, control, organisation and direction of a key delivery station.

Pinjara will oversee the implementation of security protocols and ensure the safety of the airport's clients, staff and visitors. He will work within the security team and report to operations director, Bob Graham.

Graham says: “Security for our employees, customers and resident businesses is a key priority for London Biggin Hill Airport. Arfaan has a wealth of experience, and his appointment solidifies our commitment to providing the highest safety and security across all operations. We are delighted to have him on the team.”

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