Stobart Air boss resigns

Stobart Air

The board of Stobart Air and the airline’s Chief Executive, Mr. Sean Brogan, have today agreed that Mr. Brogan will conclude his role at the airline.

The board will now commence the process of identifying a new Chief Executive for the airline. Mr. Brogan will stay on as Chief Executive for an interim period to ensure that all the necessary regulatory requirements are in place for a smooth transition, working in partnership with the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA).

Stobart Air Chairman, Andrew Tinkler, said:

“On behalf of the board and shareholders, I wish to express our appreciation of Sean’s contribution to Stobart Air. He has been an integral part in driving the airline’s transformation over recent years, which has seen Stobart Air become an established force in the aviation sector.  The airline has a strong team, at all levels, and we look forward to continuing our growth story.  We thank Sean for his contribution, and wish him continued success into the future.”

Mr. Brogan said:

“I wish to thank the board, shareholders and all of my colleagues at Stobart Air for their support during my time at the airline. With strong shareholder backing, we have grown the airline from examinership to profitability, building its team, network, routes and passengers year-on-year.  Now is the right time for me to step away to pursue new challenges, and I look forward to the next stage of my career. I wish everyone at Stobart Air continued success.”

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