Air New Zealand has said that chief financial officer Jeff McDowall will become acting chief executive after Christopher Luxon vacates the role on 25 September. The airline has said that McDowall is not seeking permanent appointment to the role. Chairman Tony Carter says the Board is highly satisfied with how the global search for a new chief executive officer is progressing. Carter will retire as Air New Zealand chairman at the annual shareholders’ meeting on 25 September and be replaced by current director Dame Therese Walsh, who is leading the search process on behalf of the board. Commenting on the changes, Dame Therese

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