Virgin Atlantic (VS) CEO Steve Ridgway has announced he will retire in spring 2013, after 12 years in the position.
Virgin Atlantic (VS) CEO Steve Ridgway has announced he will retire in spring 2013, after 12 years in the position. A successor has not been named. His announcement comes as the long-haul carrier bids to enter the short-haul market with its attempts to win licenses for domestic UK services, as well as a new route to Moscow (ATW Daily News, Aug. 20). VS is also engaged in a major re-equipment program, shedding Airbus A340s in favor of A330s, with Boeing 787s due to arrive over the next ...
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