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Collier to join growing band of Irish aviation executive expats

The DAA's Declan Collier is to become CEO of London City Airport. He will join a number of other Irish aviation executives now plying their trade in the upper management of overseas airlines and airports.

15th November, 2011
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Dublin Airport Authority chief executive Declan Collier announced today that he is to leave to become chief executive of London City Airport. He will join a number of other Irish aviation executives now plying their trade in the upper management of overseas airlines and airports.

**Willie Walsh**, who began his career as an Aer Lingus pilot, is without doubt Ireland’s best-known and most successful aviation export. He heads up International Consolidated Airlines, which formed following...

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