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Published on : Thursday, December 17, 2015
After nine years and three terms as Chairman of Heathrow, Sir Nigel Rudd will be stepping down from his role in September 2016 in line with standard Board practice. During his tenure, Heathrow has gone through significant change with Sir Nigel doing an outstanding job of guiding and advising the Heathrow Board – including on matters such as the sale of airports and a regrouping of the company to focus solely on Heathrow, the UK’s hub airport and Europe’s largest.
Under Sir Nigel’s leadership, Heathrow has become a focussed, high-quality business with a stable financial position and strong operational performance. His time on the Board was capped by last year’s successful opening of Terminal 2: The Queen’s Terminal, marking the conclusion of an £11 billion investment programme which transformed Heathrow into the best hub airport in Europe.
Preparations are underway for the appointment of a new Chairperson who will take forward the airport’s expansion plans and help Heathrow achieve its ambition of giving passengers the best airport service in the world. To ensure a smooth transition, Sir Nigel will remain in post until this work is completed in the second half of 2016.