GoAir appoints Cornelis Vrieswijk as its new CEO

Low-cost carrier GoAir today announced the appointment of Cornelis Vrieswijk as its new Chief Executive Officer effective June 4, 2018. 
He will be reporting to the Chairman, Managing Director and the Board of Directors of GoAir, a press release from the airline said.
The release said Vrieswijk is a seasoned global executive and a consultant with over 25 years of experience in aviation and travel industry. 
He has rich experience in driving ventures, transitions, turnarounds and large-scale projects for diverse and multifaceted organizations with emphasis in aviation/travel and aircraft maintenance industry on a European stage. He has significant expertise in international business development, operational streamlining, aircraft engineering & maintenance and process automation, the release said.
In the past, he has contributed to the high growth of major aviation brands like Thomas Cook Group, EasyJet Airline Company and Transavia Airlines in various roles.
At EasyJet, he led significant operational performance improvement during a period of high growth, as well as crafting innovative solutions to business mergers and MRO in and outsourcing opportunities. Prior to joining us he was board advisor, One Tour Operator Transformation with the Thomas Cook Group PLC, UK.
Jeh Wadia, Managing Director, GoAir said, “On behalf of the board members, I welcome the appointment of Cornelis Vrieswijk as CEO of GoAir. Cor will work with the Board and leadership team to expand and implement a range of strategic initiatives to lead the airline into its next phase of growth. I am confident that Cor will help scale GoAir further and establish it as a most profitable low cost carrier in the highly competitive Indian market.”
Vrieswijk said, “I believe GoAir has tremendous potential in the aviation market today. I am truly honoured and overwhelmed to join this dynamic airline and see myself closely working with the entire GoAir team in realising its objectives. My primary focus will be to grow the airline to a strong position and modelling the desired changes for further growth and expansion.”
Vrieswijk is a management graduate from Catholic University Nijmegen, the release added.
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