British Airways' outgoing CEO, Rod Eddington, will become an adviser to the UK's Dept. of Transport and the Treasury on the country's long-term transport needs and priorities. The unpaid post will be for 12 months and starts in July. "My energy of work for BA will be undiminished and will not conflict with my new role with the government," Eddington said in a statement. He announced earlier this month that he will leave BA in September and move back to Australia in January (ATWOnline, ...

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