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Etihad’s architect to step down
The tough market for Gulf airlines has claimed its first high-profile casualty, with the resignation of James Hogan as president and chief executive officer of Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways announced on 24 January. Hogan, who has been at the helm of the airline since 2006, is due to step down in H2 2017. He will join an unnamed investment company along with chief financial officer James Rigney, who is also leaving Etihad later this year. The search for a new chief executive and CFO is under way.
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