Subscribe Free
in People

Airbus appoints new executive vice-president communications and corporate affairs

Posted 15 April 2019 · Add Comment

Airbus has appointed Julie Kitcher as executive vice-president communications and corporate affairs, effective immediately.

 

In this role, she joins the Airbus Executive Committee leading all external and internal communication activities, reporting to Guillaume Faury, Airbus Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

In her new role, Kitcher will steer and co-ordinate the transformation agenda of Airbus and manage audit, performance management, responsibility and sustainability and environmental affairs, in addition to her position as the Chief of Staff to the CEO.

Kitcher will take over from Rainer Ohler, who is leaving Airbus after 24 years in the company.

“I’m excited to be appointed in this new role at such an important moment in the history of Airbus,” said Kitcher. “I feel honoured to have the opportunity to lead a world class communications and corporate affairs team that – within the functions I have been entrusted to lead – will boost the dialogue with employees and stakeholders across the globe as well as help shape and transform the Airbus of the future.”

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

Interaction key to post-virus airlines

As Middle East airlines start to increase their capacity again following the Covid-19 outbreak, Panasonic Avionics is responding.

Qatar Airways Cargo partners with WebCargo

Qatar Airways Cargo will provide forwarders with real-time pricing, capacity, and eBookings via WebCargo, marking a major milestone in air cargo digitalisation.

Turkish Airlines achieves ‘Diamond’ status in health and safety

Turkish Airlines has achieved the highest 'Diamond' status in the health and safety review conducted by APEX and SimpliFlying.

Etihad Cargo reports 50% rise in pharma shipments

Etihad Cargo has reported a 50 per cent year-on-year rise in pharma shipments under its specialised PharmaLife product.

Royal Jordanian to implement new measures on inbound flights

Royal Jordanian will start implementing the new measures required by the Jordanian Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission for inbound flights as of January 20th, 2021.

Children fly free with Etihad Airways

Adults who book their next flight to Abu Dhabi or Dubai with Etihad Airways can take their children for free.

AMAC Aerospace SK
See us at
IDEX 2021 BT26221CONNECT BT0610090421World Defence Show 2022Aviation MENA 2021Aviation Africa 2021 BTNN