28 APRIL 2014

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Article from BTNews 28 APRIL 2014

Stobart Air restructures

Dublin-based Stobart Air, formerly Aer Arann, has announced appointments to its Board and executive team.

Sean Brogan, becomes Chairman, Stobart Air, following a period as Interim Chief Executive. This includes a successful restructuring; 10-year agreement with Aer Lingus; 55% increase in passengers; new aircraft fleet; and a second franchise partner, Flybe.

Joining on 6 May is Julian Bray the former Managing Director of BMI Baby and whose CV includes senior roles at the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and MyTravel Group Plc. Julian joins the airline from global motion picture company, National Amusements Inc, where he held the position of Chief Executive of the company’s UK operations.

Also added to the board is Tim Jeans a former Managing Director of Monarch Airlines, Chief Operating Officer of MyTravel Airways, Commercial Director of Ryanair and Head of Business Development at Manchester Airport. A final new appointment is Yvonne Deeney, an international finance and investment consultant, with regulatory, compliance, banking and leadership experience. She is a former CIO and Director of GE Re, an Employer Reinsurance Corporation subsidiary and now part of Swiss Re, one of the world’s leading reinsurance and risk solution providers. www.aerarann.com

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