Aer Lingus reshuffles senior management
Aer Lingus has restructured its five-member senior management personnel in order to "better-suit" its objectives in the current tough tough economic climate.
Niall Walsh, who has been with the company since 1994 and has held various executive positions, was promoted to chief operating officer from deputy ceo and will now be responsible for operations and customer service.
Sean Coyle was appointed head of short haul operations in addition to his present role of chief financial officer. On his new role, Mr Coyle will manage Aer Lingus' ancillary revenues, information systems and e-commerce business.
Similarly, Stephen Kavanagh was also appointed an additional role to his current title of corporate planning director.
Mr Kavanagh will now also be head of long haul operations, focusing on sustainable long haul profits, cargo operations strategic alliances and resource planning.