Gerald Laderman, executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO) of United Airlines Holdings, has announced his plans to retire in 2024, after more than three decades of service with the airline. Laderman has agreed to continue to serve as CFO until United finds his successor. The airline has indicated it will launch a thorough external search to identify its next CFO. Once his successor is appointed, Laderman will serve as executive vice president, finance until his expected retirement in September 2024. Gerry Laderman is a veteran of the airline industry and has spearheaded a multitude of innovative aviation finance

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