Virgin Atlantic CEO Craig Kreeger will step down at the end of the year and be succeeded by Shai Weiss, the UK carrier’s current CCO and former CFO, on Jan. 1, 2019. Kreeger, who has been CEO since early 2013, said it is an “ideal time” for a leadership transition, as the Virgin Atlantic-Delta Air Lines transatlantic joint venture (JV) is set to combine with the Delta-Air France-KLM-Alitalia JV next year. Delta owns 49% of Virgin Atlantic. Weiss became a member of Virgin ...

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