Gatwick Airport’s finance main is having off after a ten years in the occupation to be a part of just one of Britain’s quickest-expanding electronic infrastructure companies.
Sky News has learnt that Nick Dunn is to be named as main economical officer of CityFibre Holdings, the Goldman Sachs-backed telecoms team.
Resources said that Mr Dunn’s appointment at CityFibre was possible to be declared next week.
His departure from Gatwick will be a blow to the UK’s next-busiest airport, which like its rivals has seen its finances strike tricky by the coronavirus pandemic.
The airport said in August that it had found passenger numbers collapse by two-thirds throughout the to start with 50 percent of the 12 months, and reported it would slice approximately 600 work opportunities – about a quarter of its workforce.
It recorded a loss of