There have not been many easy days for the air travel industry over the last decade. ‘Devastated’ is perhaps the word most used to describe the impact of the pandemic on aviation, but our relationship with air travel had been fraught long before the virus hit. John Holland-Kaye, Chief Executive of Heathrow Airport Ltd, is at the centre of that conversation – from airport testing to carbon emissions, freedom of movement to fair pay, clean air to quiet skies. Join him, with James Harding, for an in-depth discussion about the long and short-term future of air travel.
John Holland-Kaye has been Chief Executive Officer of Heathrow Airport Ltd since 2014. He joined the airport as Commercial Director in 2009. Before that he held senior roles at construction giant Taylor Wimpey and Bass Brewery.
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