Jet Airways finally appoint new CEO
Jet Airways have appointed Vinay Dube as the new chief executive officer after waiting two months to receive the necessary government’s approvals.
The Indian airline, which at the moment is facing difficulties regarding business decisions and its condition, has been without a constant CEO for more than a year, back when Cramer Ball left the position vacant. Dube will begin the work on August 16 thus replacing Amit Agarwal who currently serves as an acting CEO of the company.
The new CEO is expected to strengthen the airlines business performance in both international and domestic markets as well as work on the carrier’s strategy for the future.
Previously, Dube, who is a national of the US, has worked for Delta Airlines, Sabre and American Airlines in the USA, Europe and Asia. As SVP-Asia Pacific for Delta Airlines, his most recent post, new CEO of Jet Airways served as business head with P&L responsibility and was also a board observer at China Eastern.
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