Is This The Hardest Job In The Airline Industry?

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    Unarguably the biggest tragedy in our industry this year has been with Malaysia Airlines. They were already in trouble financially at the beginning of the year, and having two 777s go down in a matter of months made the situation even worse. It goes without saying it's a heartbreaking tragedy for the loss of life, but also for all the people that work to make Malaysia Airlines as successful as it can be. Can Malaysia Airlines be saved? I don't know enough about their situation to say one way or another. But I sure don't envy the person in charge of doing that. One story I meant to cover last week was about Christoph Mueller being tapped as the next CEO of Malaysia Airlines. His contract at Aer Lingus runs out May 1, 2015, at which point he should be transitioning to Malaysia Airlines. The post Is This The Hardest Job In The Airline Industry? appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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