Eamonn Brennan, the former Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) chief executive, now leads the 41-member Eurocontrol air traffic control (ATC) organization as director-general. Appointed by the Eurocontrol Permanent Commission last June to start the job this month, Brennan succeeds Frank Brenner, who led the Brussels-based intergovernmental organization beginning in January 2013. Brenner came to Eurocontrol after serving as Functional Airspace Block Europe Central general manager of ...

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