New management at BA

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This topic contains 4 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  DJ_London 9 Dec 2009
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  • Anonymous

    DJ_London
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    How will the airline fair when Willie Walsh moves into his new role as CEO of the new company owning BA and Iberia along with Iberia’s chairman Antonio Vazquez, who would take the Chairmanship role at the new company.

    BA’s current CFO, Keith Williams will lead the airline as CEO. There will be changes to the management team, as Robert Boyle will be joining the new company with Mr. Walsh.

    Can you see all this working and will BA survive? Will this new role give Mr. Walsh even more power to change the face of the airline and will this be for the better or worse?

    What do you think?


    continentalclub
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    http://bit.ly/6ULt9U or http://bit.ly/7nPcnv should help with any speculation.


    Airpocket
    Participant

    Can we please not call it BA? The new entity (mutant?) shouId be called Biberia! :o)


    DJ_London
    Participant

    Sadly not, Air Pocket… Mr. Walsh is insistent on the staff knowing that both airlines will operate as they do now… Give it a few years and I am sure they’ll be a complete merge and be renamed before he leaves for a happy and lavish retirement….!

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