Norwegian appoints a new Executive Vice President.
Norway has appointed Magnus Thommy Morsund as the new executive vice president for networks, pricing and planning, according to a statement released on Wednesday.
I am pleased to welcome Magnus Thommy Morsson to the Norwegian language management team. His analytical skills, extensive aviation experience and personal qualities will be appreciated throughout the organization, says CEO Geir Carlsen of the Norwegian company.
Morsund appears to be the director of short-distance networks in Norwegian.
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Morsund joined Norwegian in 2007 as an income analyst, and later held various leadership roles in income management, road planning, charters and partnerships. He will take up his new position on October 1.
The Norwegian group’s management will now consist of CEO Geir Carlsen, Director of Sales and Marketing Christopher Sondby, Director of Human Resources Guru H. Paulsen, Director of Communications Anne-Cecil Skenvik, Director of Information Technology Knut Olaf Ergens Hoegh, Director of Product and Development Tor-Arne Vosser and Director of Operations Adrian Dunn and Morsund.
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