In major management changes at NetJets, two longtime senior executives are returning to lead the private jet company, following the June 1 resignation of its chairman and CEO. The changes come as NetJets is embroiled in a labor dispute with its pilots’ union. Adam Johnson, former NetJets president, is assuming the roles of chairman and CEO, NetJets said. And Bill Noe has been named NetJets president and chief operating officer. At the same time, Jordan Hansell resigned as chairman and ...

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