John Holland-Kaye will stand down as chief executive of Europe’s busiest airport, London Heathrow. The announcement came after what was widely regarded as a troubled 2022 for the five-terminal hub, which imposed a much-criticised passenger cap in mid-year. The airport’s board said it “would like to thank John for his exceptional leadership since 2014, building a strong management team, developing a consumer-focused culture, improving cost efficiency and putting Heathrow at the forefront of global aviation’s decarbonisation”. “Three of the most significant successes of John’s tenure were the development of the plan for Heathrow expansion that secured overwhelming Parliamentary approval, successfully
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