Network Rail appoints new chief – with smaller pay packet than predecessor
Andrew Haines takes job after eight years at Civil Aviation Authority marked by cost cutting
Network Rail has announced that Andrew Haines will be its new chief executive – and be paid 27% less than his predecessor to run Britain’s rail infrastructure.
Haines, the chief executive of the Civil Aviation Authority, will be paid £588,000 including benefits, with a possible 9% bonus, when he takes over in the autumn following a short handover period with retiring boss Mark Carne.
Source: Guardian Transport