NATS CEO Richard Deakin is stepping down after five years at the helm of the UK air navigation services provider. NATS managing director of operations Martin Rolfe has taken the role, effective immediately, allowing Deakin to assist with the transition through the end of June. The board has instigated a search process to identify and appoint a successor from both internal and external candidates. NATS chairman Paul Golby said: “During the past five years, Richard has led NATS through ...

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