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Atlas Air CEO William Flynn retires

  08.07.2019    

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings announced that president and CEO William Flynn is to retire from the company on January 1, after a 13-year tenure, and become chairman of the board.
John Dietrich, current executive vice president and COO, has been appointed as Mr Flynn's successor. Mr Dietrich will become president and COO effective immediately, and he will retain the role as president when he assumes the role of CEO on January 1, 2020.
Additionally, Robert Agnew, current chairman of the board, will become the board's lead independent director, effective January 1, 2020, reports London's Air Cargo News.
The company said that the transitions and appointments are the "culmination of a comprehensive succession process led by the board to ensure strong leadership continuity as the company continues to advance its strategic growth agenda".
Commenting on Mr Dietrich's appointment, Mr Agnew said: "Given John's depth of experience and proven track record of performance, we are confident that he is uniquely suited to take on the Chief Executive Officer role and lead Atlas into its next growth phase.
"On behalf of the board, I want to thank Bill for his extraordinary leadership. He has built a company that is more dynamic, more profitable, and better-positioned to deliver continued success."
Mr Dietrich, who joined the company 1999, has over 30 years of experience in the aviation and air cargo industries, including more than 20 with Atlas Air Worldwide. He has served in his current COO role since 2006.
"I am honoured to have been selected to lead this great company, and continue the strong momentum established under Bill's leadership," said Mr Dietrich.



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