CAA board members reappointed
Posted: 14 November 2012 | Department of Transport (DfT) | No comments yet
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has reappointed two members of the Civil Aviation Authority board for second terms in office…
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has reappointed two members of the Civil Aviation Authority board for second terms in office.
David Gray and Michael Medlicott joined the CAA as non-executive Members in November 2009 and February 2010 respectively. David Gray has particular expertise in economic regulation including a period at Ofgem, where he was responsible for gas and electricity price control reviews. Michael Medlicott has many years’ experience in the transport and tourism sectors, including senior roles in the airline and airport sectors.
They will serve for second terms of three years each at their existing salaries of £22,000 per annum for a time commitment of one day per week, with additional remuneration for chairing committees and participation in appeals hearings.
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin said:
“A successful, safe and efficient aviation sector is vital to the UK’s success on the global stage. These reappointments recognise the contributions that both individuals have made to ensuring the CAA remains an effective, reforming regulator in what has been a challenging period for the aviation sector. I wish them well as they continue in these important roles.”