AUCKLAND—Air New Zealand CEO Christopher Luxon has announced he will be stepping down from his role in September, and the carrier has begun a search for his replacement. Luxon will be giving up “day to day leadership of the airline” on Sept. 25, although the carrier said he will then “move to advising and supporting the incoming chairman and new CEO” to ensure a “seamless transition.” The airline’s board says it has started an international ...

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