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Air NZ appoints Unilever executive to international role

Thursday 7th April 2011

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Air New Zealand has named Christopher Luxon, 40, a New Zealander who has held senior positions at Unilever, to the role of group general manager international airline from May 30.

The position was previously held by Ed Sims whose departure was signalled last year.

MLuxon has been chief executive of Unilever Canada and since January he has also led Unilever's personal care business in the United States. He joined Unilever in 1993 after leaving the University of Canterbury.



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