Air New Zealand has selected internal candidate Christopher Luxon to take the reins of the airline from current CEO Rob Fyfe by the end of this year. Luxon, currently the head of international operations, was regarded as one of the favorites to be named CEO. The airline’s chairman, John Palmer, says that while the board conducted a global search, its preference was always to select an internal candidate. The new leader-in-waiting has only been with Air NZ for about a year. The ...


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