Regina Airport Authority CEO Dick Graham has resigned after about two years in the post.

“I am proud of the many accomplishments and successes we shared as a YQR team,” Graham said in a news release.

“We have made a positive and lasting impact on the many Saskatchewan communities that we serve."

The Regina Airport Authority board of directors announced Graham’s departure Monday.

“We want to thank Dick for his dedication to customer service and safety,” board chair Ken Waschuk said in the release.

“We appreciate his tireless efforts to ensure our customers’ airport visits were positive and enjoyable experiences.”

No reason was given for the resignation in the news release. A special board committee will now work with an executive recruiting firm on an international search for the next CEO.

Graham took over as CEO of the Regina Airport Authority in March 2015.