Air New Zealand names Christopher Luxon as CEO after 13 months with company

Mon, 18 Jun 2012

June 19 (BusinessDesk) - Air New Zealand, the airline slated for a government selldown, named Christopher Luxon as chief executive effective at the end of the year. Luxon, who is currently the airline’s general manager for international, replaces Rob Fyfe. Luxon was hired to his current position in May 2011, having previously been an executive at Unilever. Chairman John Palmer said Luxon has proved his worth in the airline’s international business. “We have seen him affect positive commercial outcomes in our toughest operating division.” Sh...

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