Posted on: 29 April 2010 by Ross McSweeny
Aer Lingus has announced that Trevor Jensen is to take up the role of chief operating officer of the airline on 1 June.
Jensen’s most recent post was as programme director for the Flight Safety Foundation and his career has covered the aviation, transportation, logistics and natural resources sectors.
Jensen began his career with Qantas, where he spent over 25 years, training first as a pilot and reaching the position of general manager of operations in 1996. He has also been COO at Air New Zealand/Ansett and Jetstar.
Christoph Mueller, chief executive of Aer Lingus, commented, “We are delighted that a person of Trevor’s calibre and experience is joining Aer Lingus as chief operating officer. I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the valuable contribution of our chief engineer Fergus Wilson who has held the post of chief operating officer on a temporary basis in advance of Trevor’s arrival into Aer Lingus. Trevor joins Aer Lingus at an exciting time and I wish him and all the operations team every success in driving the airline to new levels of customer service and operational excellence.”