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Etihad’s new management structure may benefit Jet

A new management structure announced for Etihad Aviation Group PJSC is likely to benefit Jet Airwaysin which Etihad has 24 per cent stake.

On Monday, the Etihad Aviation Group Board of Directors announced a new management structure for effective handling of the affairs of group companies including Etihad Airways Engineering, Etihad Global Cargo Management Company, the Global Loyalty Company, Hala Abu Dhabi, and Etihad Airport Services.

Under this new structure, James Hogan, who has served as Etihad Airways President and Chief Executive Officer since September 2006, has been appointed Etihad Aviation Group President and Chief Executive Officer.

Commenting on this development, civil aviation expert Kapil Kaul, CEO, South Asia, Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) told The Hindu , “I see positive impact on Jet Airways with Etihad’s focused management attention on key alliance partners like Jet.”

The reorganisation of the management structure at Etihad Aviation Group is practical and necessary, he added.

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