But with a Captain in London and one in Madrid, who is actually navigating the ship?
Sean Doyle runs BA.
iAG operates such that each airline is a separate entity and makes its own decisions within the parameters set,
IAG Board will set broad policy and will approve major investments (such as this and purchase of new planes) then leave the subsidiary to get on with it. The IAG board and the Management Team (on which Sean sits) won’t be micro managing the BA programme but will want and get regular updates.
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