Etihad Aviation Group chief executive James Hogan has confirmed that the promotion and appointment of several key executives in the airline group has been partially motivated by the desire to begin succession planning when Hogan departs the airline group. There is no suggestion that Hogan has any plans for leaving any time soon and this is just sound business practice that gives options for the airline’s main shareholder, the Abu Dhabi government. Former COO, Peter Baumgartner has recently taken over chief executive of Etihad Airways, while late last year, Cramer Ball, the former head of Jet Airways and Air Seychelles,

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