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American CEO Parker becomes latest airline chief to exit

1 month ago   |   By My Sanantonio

DALLAS - American Airlines CEO Doug Parker will retire in March and be replaced by its current president, Robert Isom, as the airline seeks to rebuild after massive losses caused by the pandemic.
Parker, 60, has led Texas-based American since late 2013, when he engineered a merger with smaller US Airways. He will remain as chairman, American said Tuesday.
Isom, 58, has been the heir apparent since becoming American's president in 2016 after Scott Kirby was forced out and joined United Airlines, where he now serves as the CEO. Isom has overseen American's operations, including sales and...
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American Airlines CEO Doug Parker stepping down in March after 20 years

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker stepping down in March after 20 years

1 month ago   |   By New York Post

Longtime airline executive and current American Airlines CEO Doug Parker will retire on March 31, the carrier announced Tuesday.
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American Airlines CEO Doug Parker to retire, after 20 years at helm

1 month ago   |   By NBC News

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker is stepping down and will be replaced by the carrier's president, Robert Isom, on March 31, the carrier announced Tuesday.
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