Mark Swan reappointed as a member of the Civil Aviation Authority
Posted: 24 January 2013 | Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) | No comments yet
Patrick McLoughlin and Philip Hammond have reappointed Mark Swan as a member of the CAA for a second 4-year term…
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin and Defence Secretary Philip Hammond have reappointed Mark Swan as a member of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for a second 4-year term.
Mark Swan was originally appointed to the CAA as Director of Airspace Policy in March 2009 after a career in the Royal Air Force. He will continue in his current role, in which he is responsible for enabling the safe, efficient and sustainable use of UK airspace and its supporting infrastructure. This is a full-time position to which he has been reappointed at his existing salary of £151,500 per annum.
Announcing his decision, Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin said:
“I am very pleased to confirm this reappointment, which recognises the important contribution Mark Swan has made to ensuring the CAA remains an effective, reforming regulator in these challenging times for the aviation sector.”