Emirates’ Sir Clark to step down in 2020

December 25, 2019


Source: RYTIS BERESNEVICIUS via aerotime.aero

In an unexpected turn of events during the Christmas holiday season, reports surfaced that Emirates Airlines president Tim Clark is set to step down from his role and move to an advisory role, reports Arabian Business.

Citing an internal memo sent by the chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the airline group Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the report indicates that Clark will step down in June 2020. However, he will stay close to the airline and will remain an advisor to Emirates.

Clark, who celebrated his 70 birthday on November 22, is one of the founding members of the Dubai-based carrier that was established in 1985. He started his tenure as Head of Airline Planning and moved to his current role of President in 2003. 

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