Home Ministry gives security clearance to Air India CEO-designate Campbell Wilson

Air India flight. File photo.

Air India flight. File photo. | Photo Credit: The Hindu

The Ministry of Home Affairs has granted security clearance to Air India’s CEO and MD-designate Campbell Wilson.

The decision will pave the way for Mr. Wilson to formally take charge of the airline. Mr. Wilson, a New Zelander, joined the airline on June 20.

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Mr. Wilson, a New Zealander, joined the airline on June 20. Tata Sons announced Mr. Wilson’s appointment to the top position at the airline on May 12. Mr. Wilson was previous the CEO of Scoot, Singapore Airlines’ low-cost subsidiary. Mr. Wilson has also spent time at Singapore Airlines, where he was the senior vice president of sales and marketing, and oversaw pricing, distribution, e-commerce, merchandising, branding and marketing, global sales, and the airline’s overseas offices.

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