Ryanair’s chief executive officer Michael O’Leary handed over his post to HR Director Eddie Wilson.

O’Leary will become the head of the holding, managing various companies of the group, namely Ryanair, Buzz, Lauda and Malta Air. The changes took effect on Monday.

Ryanair has recently been reorganized into a holding company with several airlines, the largest of which is Ryanair. Michael O’Leary becomes CEO of this parent company.

Eddie Wilson, who has been with the Irish company for 22 years, has succeeded him as head of the low cost airline. In particular, he was responsible for negotiations with the unions of pilots and cabin crew, which Ryanair recognized at the end of last year.

Wilson will be subordinate to O’Leary along with the leaders of the other carriers of the group (Buzz, Lauda and Malta Air).


Source: Wing

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