Malta Air Chief Executive To Become IAA's Aviation Regulator
Current chief executive of Ryanair Holdings subsidiary Malta Air Diarmuid Ó Conghaile will become the aviation regulator of the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) at the start of 2021.
As reported by The Irish Times, transport minister Eamon Ryan has confirmed that Ó Conghaile will begin serving as IAA's aviation regulator in Janaury of next year.
The IAA is responsible for regulating air safety, air traffic control, security and consumer protection in Ireland.
As aviation regulator, Ó Conghaile will ultimately be responsible for regulating air safety, security and consumer protection.
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