Roy Kinnear will phase down as chief government of Air Seychelles in December.
Staff members at the Seychelles’ nationwide carrier were being informed of the resignation through a note from the chair of the carrier’s board, Jean Weeling-Lee, before.
Ireland-born Kinnear joined the nationwide airline of Seychelles, a group of one hundred fifteen islands in the western Indian Ocean, in July 2015.
Recognised as an pro in earnings management, he joined Air Seychelles from strategic lover Abu Dhabi-primarily based Etihad Airways.
He had held the position of senior vice president of earnings management and arranging at Etihad since 2011.
In the course of his time at the airline, Air Seychelles was recognised as the Indian Ocean’s Foremost Airline by the Entire world Vacation Awards.
In his note to the employees of Air Seychelles, Weeling-Lee reported: “It is essential that we stay targeted on company priorities in the coming weeks and months forward of us.”
Etihad has been the strategic lover of Air Seychelles since 2012 with a 40 for every cent stake in the airline.
That calendar year, Etihad invested $45 million in the Seychelles nationwide carrier, after the airline which until finally then was wholly owned by the Seychelles authorities, ran into monetary complications.
Nonetheless, Etihad has itself been going through a shake-up in the latest months, with Tony Douglas recently appointed as new group chief government.
Former group chief government James Hogan still left the airline after a collection of investments went bitter, together with stake in the now bankrupt airberlin.