Air NZ appoints new CEO
Tue, 19 Jun 2012 10:02a.m.
Air New Zealand has appointed Christopher Luxon as its new chief executive, to take over from Rob Fyfe at the end of December.
Mr Luxon is currently group general manager international airline – a position he has held since joining Air New Zealand in 2011.
Company chairman John Palmer says Mr Luxon will bring “strong commercial and customer focus” to the airline in his new role.
“Christopher thoroughly deserves to lead Air New Zealand into the next chapter of its history,” says Mr Fyfe.
“He is a world class executive on every level."
Before working at Air New Zealand Mr Luxon was president and chief executive of Unilever Canada.
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