He sounds like he could really do some good.from PR Newswire:
As president of Continental Express from 1995-1999, Siegel improved the unit's profit contribution by $250 million annually and led its substantial improvements in operational performance. He also negotiated the largest aircraft order at the time in the regional airline industry as the launch customer for Embraer 145/135 regional jets.
At Continental Airlines, he also served as senior vice president of planning and scheduling, where he played an instrumental role in Continental's financial and operational turnaround, and as vice president of corporate development. Prior to joining Continental, he served as director of corporate planning at Northwest Airlines. Before joining Avis, he held executive positions at Budget Group and eVolution Global Partners, a corporate venture capital firm. He began his career as a consultant at Bain & Co.
hope he does a good job bringing back financial stability to one of the worlds best airlines!
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