Dr. Cathal Guiomard appointed to Taskforce for Aviation
10 June 2020: Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross today announced a new expert taskforce to examine and make recommendations to him on what needs to be done to get Irish aviation back up again and working as a driver of economic recovery.
Dr. Cathal Guiomard Assistant Professor of Aviation in DCU Business School joins the team of aviation industry leaders where their challenge is to “spearhead the rehabilitation of the aviation industry in a dynamic, swift and sustainable manner.”
Minister Ross commented:
“It is critical that Government, industry move together on a recovery plan for Irish aviation, balancing public health concerns and government policy on travel to develop a clear pathway to recovery for the industry, for their customers, their staff and for the general public. I would like to take this opportunity to wish the taskforce all the best in the coming challenging weeks and I thank them in advance for their service.”
Dr. Guiomard is a lecturer in Aviation Management, prior to which he acquired lengthy experience of policy analysis and senior management, leading the Irish Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR) where he managed teams carrying out sectoral price reviews as well as those undertaking licensing & consumer protection roles.
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