Another Air India CEO is Wilson leaving the SIA group

Another Air India CEO is Wilson leaving the SIA group

Tata Sons has chosen Campbell Wilson to run Air India, and he has resigned from his current job at Singapore Airlines (SIA). Wilson wrote to Scoot employees on May 13: “This afternoon, I informed the management team and your union leaders of my departure from Scoot and the SIA Group.” “It’s very difficult for me to leave Scoot, which I’ve had the honour and pleasure of growing from a basic spreadsheet to, amongst many other things, the World’s Best Long-Haul, Low-Cost Airline,” Wilson stated. Campbell Wilson was named chief executive officer (CEO) and managing director (MD) of Air India by Tata Sons on May 12.

Wilson started his career as a management trainee with SIA in New Zealand in 1996. He then worked for SIA in Canada, Hong Kong and Japan before returning to Singapore in 2011 as the founding CEO of Scoot, which he led until 2016. Wilson then served as the Senior Vice President Sales & Marketing of SIA, where he oversaw Pricing, Distribution, eCommerce, Merchandising, Brand & Marketing, Global Sales and the airline’s overseas offices, before returning for a second stint as the CEO of Scoot in April 2020.

Wilson, 50, has 26 years of aviation industry expertise across both full service and low-cost airlines. He is the founding CEO of low-cost airline Scoot, a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines (SIA). Referring to his appointment to Air India, Wilson said, “it is a fantastic opportunity to lead a historic airline, now owned by the Tata Group, to new heights, and I am grateful to embark on that exciting challenge with the full blessings of the SIA management team.”

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