Declan Collier leaves DAA for London City Airport
Published 15/11/2011 | 18:47
DECLAN Collier, the chief executive of the Dublin Airport Authority, is to leave to take on the role as boss of London City Airport.
He will not renew his contract when it comes up for renewal in early April.
Mr Collier joined the DAA as chief executive in 2005 and has previously worked with oil firm ExxonMobil.
He was also appointed a public interest director at AIB in 2009.
Last June, he agreed to forego a controversial bonus of €106,000 for 2010 – the board had approved the payment but deferred it until the end of his contract.