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Article from BTNews 3 AUGUST 2015

Carolyn McCall to deliver first BATA annual lecture

The British Air Transport Association (BATA) is to introduce a new annual lecture, which in its inaugural year will be delivered by Carolyn McCall, Chief Executive Officer of easyJet.  The event in October will offer BATA members and senior industry stakeholders the opportunity to hear from and question one of the aviation world’s leading CEOs.
 
Sponsored by Airbus and SITA, BATA expects its annual lecture to become a permanent fixture and highlight of the aviation calendar, sitting alongside an expanded programme of events run by the UK trade body.
 
CEO of easyJet since 2010, Carolyn McCall has led the company through a series of important milestones, including the airline carrying over 60 million passengers per annum and its listing on the FTSE 100.  In a statement BATA notes that since her appointment Carolyn has been responsible for introducing a number of airline innovations and generating record annual profits, and is the perfect person to help launch this prestigious new aviation lecture.  Unlike rival BA, easyJet is a great supporter of Heathrow Three.

The invitation-only lecture and reception is taking place on 14 October 2015 at a prestigious central London location.  www.easyjet.com    www.bata.uk.com

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