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NEW YORK, N.Y. - Virgin Atlantic CEO Steve Ridgway is retiring early next year, following 23 years with the British airline founded by Richard Branson.
NEW YORK - Loews Hotels Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Tisch today announced that President and Chief Operating Officer Jack Adler will retire from the company early next year.
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FORT WORTH, Texas - AMR Corp., parent company of American Airlines and American Eagle, announced that American Eagle president and CEO Peter Bowler has chosen to retire, after a distinguished 26-year
Jim Ream, president and CEO of ExpressJet Airlines, advised the board of directors yesterday that he would retire effective January 1, 2010.
Timothy Hoeksema, chairman, president and CEO of Midwest Airlines, will leave the airline when Republic Airways wraps up its purchase of Midwest, probably in four to six weeks.
FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines today announced the retirement of longtime senior executive Henry C. Joyner after nearly 30 years of contributions, leadership and service to the company.
GREEN, OH (September 22, 2008) - After thirty-two years of dedicated service, airport director Frederick J. Krum has announced his retirement effective September 30, 2008.
BETHESDA, MD (September 10, 2008) - Marriott International, Inc. today announced that James M. "Jim" Sullivan, executive vice president lodging development, will retire April 1, 2009.
US Airways’ Senior Vice President of Technical Operations, Hal Heule, announced today his plans to retire at the end of September. His retirement follows a 41-year career in the aviation industry that spanned Pan American, Texas International Airlines, Continental Airlines, America West and US Airways, as well as seven years in aviation consulting with Strand Associates, Inc.
United Airlines and the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA) flight attendants.Flight attendants who are at least 45 years old and have at least 15 years of flight attendant service with the company as of August 1, 2008 will be eligible to participate. Participants will be entitled to severance payments based on years of service and retiree travel benefits.