The Guardian - Gwyn Topham
CEO John Holland-Kaye to resign after nine years at helm amid public souring of ties with airlines
Heathrow’s chief executive, John Holland-Kaye, has announced his resignation after a difficult year for Britain’s biggest airport.
Holland-Kaye will leave at some point in 2023 after nine years in charge including the most recent year, in which the airport was heavily criticised by major airlines for imposing a cap on passengers in the peak summer season.
Heathrow’s board has started looking for his successor. Holland-Kaye will remain in post to ensure a smooth handover later in 2023.