The Board of Heathrow Airport has confirmed the appointment of Thomas Woldbye, currently the boss of Copenhagen Airport, as the person to replace John Holland-Kaye when he steps down later this year after nearly 10 years in post. 

Following an extensive recruitment process, Thomas emerged as the standout candidate among a pool of exceptional contenders both internally and from across the world.

Having served as the CEO of Copenhagen Airport since 2011, Thomas brings with him a wealth of experience and a proven track record as a CEO of a major airport championing passenger service, sustainability and growth. His experience means that he is ideally placed to oversee the airport’s future strategy following an £11bn private investment programme by Heathrow’s shareholders that has transformed the UK’s hub into the modern, top-rated airport it is today.

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