Air India New CEO: Tata Sons has appointed Campbell Wilson as the CEO and Managing Director of Air India. According to a statement issued by Tata Sons, 50-year-old Campbell Wilson has 26 years of experience in the aviation industry. The Board of Directors of Air India has approved the appointment of Wilson. However, regulatory approvals are yet to be taken for this.

Currently, Campbell Wilson is the CEO of ‘Scoot’ belonging to Singapore Airlines. Apart from the full service airline, he has also been in the airlines providing affordable services. N Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons and Air India said, “I am delighted to welcome Wilson to Air India. He is a veteran of the aviation industry having worked in key global markets.

Air India will benefit from his experience in establishing an airline brand in Asia, he said. I look forward to working with him to build a world class airline.”

Earlier in February this year, Tata Sons had announced the appointment of former Turkish airline chairman Ilkar Aysi as the CEO and managing director of Air India. However, the IC turned down the offer amid controversies over its views on India. Now the company has decided to appoint Campbell Wilson to this post.

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