Haines reappointed as head of UK CAA

Victoria
By Victoria January 3, 2012 22:51

Haines reappointed as head of UK CAA

The UK Secretary of State for Transport, Justine Greening, has reappointed Andrew Haines as Chief Executive of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for a further five years.
Andrew Haines joined the CAA in August 2009 for an initial three-year term following a successful career in the rail industry. His appointment followed an open competition held in accordance with the Code of Practice published by the Office of the Commissioner for Public Appointments. He is the CAA’s first Chief Executive. The position was created in response to Sir Joseph Pilling’s 2008 strategic review of the Authority. Transport Secretary Justine Greening said: “Since his appointment in 2009, Andrew has helped bring fresh thinking to the CAA while maintaining the UK’s excellent record in aviation safety. This vision and drive will be crucial in implementing the passenger-focused reforms to the Authority’s functions and framework that the Government will introduce in the Civil Aviation Bill in 2012.”
The Chair of the CAA, Dame Deirdre Hutton, welcomed Haines’ reappointment: “Andrew’s reappointment is very good news for consumers and for the aviation sector. Since joining the CAA he has put in place important changes to modernise the organisation and build on its strengths, to ensure we regulate as effectively as possible in what are challenging times for civil aviation. The organisation will benefit from his continued leadership in ensuring an aviation industry that is safe, delivers choice and value for consumers, and takes steps to reduce its environmental impact.“

Victoria
By Victoria January 3, 2012 22:51
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