Eamonn Brennan has officially begun his term as director general of Eurocontrol, succeeding Frank Brenner.
Brennan said he is “determined to convince our stakeholders that we bring value”, adding that he wants to “involve them more but with a tighter focus”, to ensure that Eurocontrol “works more efficiently and that what it does is what is actually wanted”.
Brennan had previously served as chief executive of the Irish Aviation Authority, following roles in management and training consultancy for the private sector.
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