The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) management board has selected Florian Guillermet as the agency’s next executive director, effective from 1 April 2024. He succeeds Luc Tytgat, who has served EASA as acting executive director for the last seven months. Tytgat will remain in a senior leadership role until the transition period concludes in August. Guillermet joins EASA from France’s Direction des Services de la Navigation Aérienne (DSNA), where he has served as Director of air navigation services since June 2021: heading the 7,000-person organisation whilst taking full accountability for its services and operations. Before that, he held the

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