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Lufthansa CEO – Carsten Spohr (Age – 56)

The famous European airline Deutsche Lufthansa AG (Lufthansa) has Carsten Spohr at the helm as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman since 2014. Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr’s leadership has helped the airline business grow, delivering value to its shareholders. He wants to control operating costs and increase fuel efficiency while ensuring excellent customer support services. Under him, Lufthansa Group’s revenue and earnings have improved. There has been an increase in customer base and new flights. He […]

SpiceJet CEO – Ajay Singh (Age 56)

Ajay Singh, the owner and Founder of SpiceJet, launched his airline company in 2005. In 2010, SpiceJet’s ownership and management rights were transferred to media mogul Kalanithi Maran as he acquired majority stakes in it. But later when the low-cost carrier company faced crises, Singh made his re-entry. In 2015, Ajay took charge of the airline as its Chairman, MD, and CEO. As the SpiceJet CEO, Ajay not only saved it from shutting down but […]

Jet Airways CEO – Vinay Dube (Age – 54)

In August 2017, Vinay Dube, an Indian American with almost 30 years of working experience in aviation industry, became the Chief Executive Officer of Jet Airways, as a replacement for Cramer Ball, who quit the company in 2016.  Meanwhile, Amit Agarwal and Gaurang Shetty were the acting CEOs. Jet Airways CEO Vinay served American Airlines, Delta Airlines Inc., and Sabre, Inc. in different senior roles by firmly establishing himself as an expert of strategy and […]

Boeing CEO – Dennis Muilenburg

Dennis Muilenburg holds the positions of Chief Executive Officer, Chairman and President at the Boeing Company, which is one of the largest aircraft manufacturers in the world. He replaced Jim McNerney in 2015 to become company’s boss. Boeing CEO Dennis is an honorable American businessman. He helped the company in creating Boeing Combat Systems and Future Combat Systems (FCS) program. Currently, he is busy with the restructuring of aerospace business of the company so that […]

American Airlines CEO – Doug Parker

Doug Parker replaced Tom Horton in 2013 to become CEO and Chairman of arguably the world’s largest airline company¸ American Airlines Group, Inc. American Airlines Group CEO Doug handles the business of the parent company as well as its main subsidiary, i.e., American Airlines. American Airlines was formed after the merger of AMR Corporation and US Airways Group in 2013. Doug is an airline industry veteran. He pursued a flourishing career working for heavyweight carriers […]

Delta Airlines CEO – Ed Bastian

In 2016, Edward H. Bastian (also known as Ed) was given charge of the Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, Inc. as CEO after Richard Anderson stepped down from his position. Delta airlines CEO Ed Bastian has been associated with the company for 20 years now. As a leader, he is committed to enhancing air travel experience of its clients and consumers by investing in aircraft, airport amenities, technology as well as employees all over the world. […]

Vistara CEO – Leslie Thng

Leslie Thng replaced Phee Teik Yeoh in 2017 to assume the position of Chief Executive Officer of Vistara. Phee Teik Yeoh has gone back to Singapore Airlines to join a senior role after his departure from the Gurgaon-based domestic airline company. As Vistara CEO, Leslie focuses on driving growth and momentum, the foundation for which was laid by his predecessor. (To get the CEO’s age, net worth, and email address details on this wiki, read […]

United Airlines CEO – Oscar Munoz

After Jeff Smisek, Oscar Munoz took charge of the Chicago-based airline holding company, United Continental Holdings, Inc., as CEO in 2015. United Continental Holdings is the parent company that operates United Airlines. Oscar is also a Board Member of the company since 2004. The United Airlines CEO possesses a rich understanding of transportation industry and consumer brands because of his previous work experience with CSX, Coca-Cola, and PepsiCo. In 2017, PRWeek awarded Munoz with the […]

IndiGo CEO – Gregory Taylor

The former Managing Director of United Airlines, Gregory Taylor, is predicted to join IndiGo as its CEO and President, replacing Aditya Ghosh who spent a decade in the company. Media reports cited faulty engine crises, investment in cheaper airplanes, and customer dissatisfaction as some of the main reasons that may have led to Aditya Ghosh’s exit from the company and selection of Gregory Taylor as the new IndiGo CEO. (For age, net worth, and email […]