Alaska Air Group announces executive changes.
The board of directors of Alaska Air Group has announced changes to executive positions at the company.
Brad Tilden has been appointed president of Alaska Airlines and will be reporting to Bill Ayer, chairman and chief executive officer of Alaska Air Group. Previously Tilden was Alaska Air Group's chief financial officer and executive vice president of finance and planning.
Glenn Johnson, previously Alaska Airlines' executive vice president of customer service - airports and maintenance and engineering, will replace Tilden as chief financial officer and executive vice president of finance for Alaska Air Group and Alaska Airlines.
Ben Minicucci has been appointed as Alaska Airlines' chief operating officer and executive vice president of operations, reporting to Tilden. Minicucci was previously vice president of Seattle operations.
The former managing director of planning, Andrew Harrison, has been appointed as vice president of Alaska Air Group's planning and revenue management.
Gregg Saretsky, previously executive vice president of flight and marketing for Alaska Airlines, will be leaving the company after a period of ten years working with the Alaska Air Group.
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|Date:||Dec 9, 2008|
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