SEATTLE: The CEO of Alaska Airways mother or father is stepping down subsequent 12 months and will probably be changed by the companys president.
Alaska Air Group stated Monday that Brad Tilden will retire as CEO on March 31 after main Alaska for the previous eight years. He will probably be changed as CEO by Ben Minicucci, a 16-year veteran of the airline who was promoted to president in 2016. Tilden will stay chairman.
Seattle-based Alaska is the nations fifth-biggest airline and is especially sturdy on the West Coast. Tilden expanded it by buying California-based Virgin America for $4 billion in 2016. In recent times, Alaska has been challenged by Delta Air Strains enlargement in Seattle.
Like different carriers, Alaska has been hit exhausting by a pandemic that has devastated air journey. Final month, the corporate reported a third-quarter lack of $431 million.
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