LIVE FROM LONDON – JOHN HOLLAND-KAYE Chief Executive Officer Heathrow Airport Ltd

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BUSINESS TRAVEL NEWS  – London reports that Heathrow Airport’s Chief Executive Officer, John Holland-Kaye, will be live at a Microsoft Teams Aviation Club United Kingdom lunch 12:00 noon (BST) Wednesday 2 September.

He is the guest of honour at a virtual lunch.  Members and their guests are welcome for a complimentary session.  Please register https://aviationclub.org.uk/event-details/webinar-wednesday-2-september-2020 or for enquiries philippa@aviationclub.org.uk.

John was due to speak last May at the Club’s new home, The Royal Automobile Club.

He will update members and their guests on the precautions Heathrow is taking to protect passengers, airline staff, and its own team at this difficult time.  John is likely to use the opportunity to air his views on the way the Government is dealing with the ongoing Covid-19 crisis.  See also COMMENT.

John Holland-Kaye was appointed CEO of Heathrow Airport with effect from 1 July 2014, having joined the company as Commercial Director in May 2009. From November 2012, he was Development Director and was responsible for delivering the £1bn annual investment in transforming the airport. This included the new Terminal 2, The Queen’s Terminal, which opened on 4 June 2014. Before Heathrow, Holland-Kaye was Divisional CEO with Taylor Wimpey Plc, and is a former Managing Director of the National Sales Division of Bass Brewers. He has also worked as a strategy consultant with LEK Consulting for a number of high-profile businesses.

www.heathrow.com

https://aviationclub.org.uk

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