Worldwide Airways Group has appointed Lynne Embleton to the position of chief government of Aer Lingus.
She is going to begin her new position on April sixth.
Embleton replaces Donal Moriarty who has been interim chief government of the Irish service since October final 12 months, changing Sean Doyle, who departed to steer British Airways.
Moriarty will now resume his position because the chief company affairs officer with the service.
Embleton has been chief government and chairman of IAG Cargo since 2017.
Previous to that, she held quite a few senior roles at British Airways together with managing director at Gatwick, director of technique and chairman of BA CityFlyer.
Embleton joined the airline in 1992.
Commenting on the appointment, Luis Gallego, IAG chief government, stated: “I wish to thank Donal Moriarty for his work as interim chief government.
“He has completed a wonderful job throughout essentially the most difficult 12 months in Aer Lingus’s historical past.”
He added: “Lynne has enormous expertise throughout the Group.
“At IAG Cargo she has led the corporate because it tailored quickly to the Covid-19 pandemic and has made important progress in digitally reworking the enterprise.
“I’m assured that she has the talents to steer Aer Lingus by the pandemic and allow it to emerge in a powerful aggressive place sooner or later.”