Top staff on top pay

January 2006
Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;1/27/2006, Issue 1805, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the salary packages offered by Holidaybreak PLC. The company's camping division managing director Matthew Cheetham's benefits package was £224,000 in 2005, compared to £178,000 in 2004. It was made up of £182,000 in salary, a £16,000 bonus, and £26,000 in pensions contributions. Joint managing directors of the hotel breaks division Mark Wray and Nick Gust's packages were £351,000 and £329,000 respectively. Non-executive chairman and former British Airways chief executive Bob Ayling earned £63,000 up £3,000 from 2004.


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