Virgin Australia has appointed the CEOs of Air New Zealand, Etihad Airways and Singapore Airlines to its board. The appointments reflect the major ownership stake each of the airlines now hold in Virgin Australia. Virgin stated that ANZ’s Christopher Luxon, Etihad’s James Hogan and Goh Choon Phong of Singapore Airlines, will take up their roles immediately. Air New Zealand is Virgin Australia’s largest shareholder, holding a 26% interest; Singapore Airlines holds a 21% stake and Etihad holds 22%. Richard Branson’s Virgin Group holds another 7%. The changes to the board mean that four of its ten members represent the company’s

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