Manchester Airports Group is announcing changes to its executive committee, which will result in new chief executive taking charge at Manchester and London Stansted airports.
Ken O’Toole will take up the role of Chief Executive at London Stansted Airport. O’Toole, in his new role as chief executive, London Stansted Airport, will lead the airport as it plays a role in providing runway capacity in the south-east of England over the next ten-15 years.
Andrew Cowan will replace O'Toole as Chief Executive at Manchester Airport. He will oversee the start of construction on the Manchester Airport Transformation Program, which will provide the UK’s third largest airport with a world-class terminal facility to allow it to make use of its two full-length runways.
At the same time, Collette Roche will take up a new role as Chief of Staff at MAG. In this role she will have responsibility for shaping and overseeing the group's long-term strategy and the leadership of some corporate functions.