easyJet announces Moya Greene to the Board as upcoming Non-Executive Director

– UK, Luton – easyJet plc (LON:EZJ), announces that Moya Greene will join the Board as a Non-Executive Director on 1 September 2017.

The easyJet Board’s Nominations Committee led the recruitment process on behalf of the Board.

John Barton, Chairman of easyJet, commented: “I am delighted that Moya will be joining the Board. Her logistics and transport background, strategic awareness and FTSE100 CEO experience will further strengthen the diverse mix of expertise and experience on the Board. We very much look forward to her joining us.”

easyJet also announces that François Rubichon will be stepping down as Non-Executive Director on 22 July 2017 following completion of three years on the Board, and Keith Hamill will retire from the Board as Non-Executive Director on 31 July 2017 having served over eight years.

John Barton, Chairman said: “On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank Keith and François for their important contribution to the easyJet Board and to easyJet’s success.

“Keith brought great insight and acumen to Board discussions over an eight year period helping the airline deliver industry leading returns to our shareholders. François brought a valuable European perspective and sensibility to the Board in keeping with easyJet’s growing European network.

“Both leave easyJet with our gratitude and best wishes.”

Moya Greene has been Chief Executive Officer of Royal Mail Group since July 2010. Prior to joining Royal Mail, Moya was CEO of Canada Post. She is also on the Board of Trustees for the Tate Gallery.

For more information : http://www.easyjet.com

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