Lance Lyttle

Airport Director
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Mr. Lyttle is the Managing Director for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Before joining Port of Seattle, Lance was Chief Operating Officer for Houston’s three airports and Assistant General Manager at Hartsfield Jackson. A growth-oriented executive, he has led strategic development efforts of $3B at Houston airports, and played a key role in the $6B development in Atlanta.

Currently, he leads a multibillion dollar terminal revitalization program including an international arrivals facility, renovating the north and south satellites, and upgrading the baggage handling system. In 2017, he was elected to the Board of Directors of Airports Council International-North America. Lance holds a B.Sc. in Physics and Computer Science and a M.Sc. in Management Information Systems.

Session: Rightsizing Airport Infrastructure for Future Success