British Airways Chief Executive Rod Eddington may leave the carrier in late summer or autumn, several UK newspapers reported Sunday. Eddington's departure depends on when Chairman Martin Broughton finds a replacement, but he is "likely to leave the airline within months of its annual meeting in July," according to the Sunday Times, which added that he wants to be back in his native Australia by early 2006. There has been speculation for some time that Eddington, who joined BA as CEO in May ...

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