Sean Doyle was appointed chief executive officer (CEO) of British Airways in October 2020, and Chairman in April 2021. In 2016 Sean Doyle was appointed to the airline’s executive Management Committee as Director of Network, Fleet & Alliances.
Prior to his appointment as Chairman and Chief Executive of British Airways, he was Chief Executive of Aer Lingus from January 2019. Sean Doyle is married with a son and is a graduate of University College Cork.
Sean first joined British Airways in 1998, where he began his career as a financial analyst. During his time at British Airways he held a number of senior roles including Finance Director BA Cargo, Head of Corporate Strategy and Executive Vice President British Airways Americas.
CEO contact information
|CEO Full Name
|CEO Email Address
|Harmondsworth, London, United Kingdom
British Airways Executive team
- Stephen William Lawrence Gunning – CFO and Director
|Calum Laming – Chief Customer Officer
|Ian Blackman – VP Airports East USA
|Rene de Groot – Chief Operating Officer
British Airways is the flag carrier airline and it’s headquartered in London, United Kingdom, near its main hub at Heathrow Airport. The airline is the second largest UK-based carrier, based on fleet size and passengers carried, behind easyJet. In 2011 BA merged with Iberia, creating the IAG a holding company registered in Madrid, Spain.
British Airways CEO Sean Doyle Net Worth
As of 2023, Sean Doyle’s net worth can be between 10-15 million USD. He reportedly earns 3-8 million USD in annual compensation. British Airways’ holding company International Consolidated Airlines Group’s net worth is around 9-18 billion USD.
Sean Doyle’s salary has not been revealed but according to The Guardian, his predecessor earned more than $1.05 million. He’s net worth as estimated to be more than $10 million but the exact figures are yet to be revealed.
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Q. Who is British Airways chief executive officer?
A. Sean Doyle Oct 2020.
Q. How much does the CEO of British Airways earn?
A. British Airways’ CEO is on $1.05 million a year and has never once delivered a passenger safely to their destination.
Q. What did British Airways used to be called?
A. In 1974 British Airways was created by the merger of BOAC and BEA.