Norse Atlantic Airways, the rapidly growing low-cost long-haul airline, has just announced the appointment of Charles Duncan as the new President of the company. With over 25 years of experience in the industry, Charles brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the newly created role.
Extensive Industry Experience
Having previously held senior executive positions at some of the biggest airlines in the world, including Westjet, Swoop, United Airlines, and Continental Airlines, Charles Duncan has a proven track record of success in the industry. His experience will be invaluable as Norse Atlantic Airways continues to ramp up for its summer 2023 schedule and looks ahead to winter 2023 and beyond.
Key Focus Areas
As President, Charles Duncan will be focusing on several core areas of the business, including Commercial, Operations, Network, and People. With his experience and leadership skills, he is well equipped to help Norse Atlantic Airways reach its full potential and achieve profitability by year-end.
Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO of Norse Atlantic Airways, expressed his excitement at the appointment of Charles Duncan. He said, “I am very pleased to welcome Charles Duncan to Norse Atlantic Airways. His extensive industry experience will further strengthen the senior leadership of the company.”
Charles Duncan, the newly appointed President of Norse Atlantic Airways, was also thrilled about his new role. He said, “I am very pleased to be joining Norse Atlantic Airways at this important stage in the company’s growth. The journey to reach the full potential of Norse Atlantic’s business model is well underway, and I look forward to being part of this dynamic and agile company.”
A Dynamic and Agile Company
Norse Atlantic Airways is on track to become the first successful low-cost long-haul airline, and with Charles Duncan now at the helm, the future looks bright for the company. The new President’s extensive industry experience and leadership skills are sure to take Norse Atlantic Airways to new heights in the coming months and years.