The Etihad Aviation Group announces changes to C-Suite management as President and Group CEO, James Hogan, and CFO, James Rigney, leave the company on July 1. Ray Gammell becomes interim Group CEO The Group’s Board of Directors appointed Ray Gammell […]
In his keynote address to the Global Aerospace Summit, held as part of the Abu Dhabi Aviation and Aerospace Week, James Hogan, President and Chief Executive of Etihad Airways said partnerships are more important than ever in a global economy.
“To become a competitive global network carrier today is incredibly challenging,” Hogan said. “Partnerships allow us to compete effectively and give us scale and differentiation, as well as reducing cost and delivering major benefits, including operational cooperation, more consumer choice and competition, and job creation.”