Published on : Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Recent announcement by Manchester Airports Group revealed that Ken O’Toole took the role of chief executive at London Stansted Airport and Andrew Cowan replaced him as chief executive at Manchester Airport.
Collette Roche will hold the post of chief of staff at MAG, shaping the development of the group’s strategy and leading some of the key corporate management.
Over the next ten to 15 years O’Tool ‘s role as a chief executive, London Stansted Airport will be to provide runway capacity in the south-east of England.
Earlier in July the London Stansted passed the 25 million passengers per annum landmark and is trying to secure planning permission for a new rival building.
The airport will further be applying to utilize the existing runway.
The above processes will be lead by O’Toole, he would be looking after Stansted’s route network, build on recent additions including scheduled flights to New York and Boston.
Cowan will join Manchester Airport as chief executive at a time when the airport has never been busier.
Cowan’s role at the Manchester Airport will involve overseeing the construction on the £1 billion Manchester Airport Transformation Programme.
The airport is set to be the UK’s third largest airport with world-class terminal facility making use of its two full-length runways.
Cowan’s expertise in infrastructure and construction sector will be applied in cementing the airport’s position as the UK’s global gateway in the north.