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Gangwal resigns,Wolf to assume both jobs

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Nov 27, 2001
Just over the wire that US Airways chief resigned suddenly to persue venture capitalist interests. Stephen Wolf will take over his job while maintaining his other post. I hope this is good news for the folks at US Airways. Good Luck
Well, it looks like the "Wolf" is really amongst the sheep now! I've never been very impressed with Mr. Wolf's track record. He certainly has no friends among the pilot groups of the former RP,FT,UA and the current USAirways. That maty seem like a generalization, but since we no longer have airline people or aviation-minded people minding the front office, what could we possibly expect?


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