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At ch-aviation we are running a powerful contact database with more than 10,000 airline management contacts (10,827 as of today, to be exact). More than 4,200 people are active as CEO-level contacts.

Over the last 12 months, we noticed that 376 companies changed their CEOs (they left, resigned, retired, were suspended or deceased). That means around 9% of CEOs changed from April 2018 to March 2019. That is a slight increase from the 338 changes in the previous period from April 2017 to March 2018.

In total, we made 2,404 role changes in our Contacts database from April 2018 to March 2019. Again, this is an increase from 2,195 a year earlier.

We expect this year will bring way more changes between airline management positions as the industry faces an unprecedented crisis. At ch-aviation, we track people changes in the industry for almost any active and start-up airline on the planet.

The contacts database is also used to deliver “Who’s on the Move” news — updates on new appointments, resignations and job changes in airline management. This feature currently celebrates its first birthday: We delivered “Who’s on the Move” in March 2019 and it’s had 290 updates since its launch.

We now have a special offer for new subscribers to get a “Starter Package” at ch-aviation.com. The combo deal includes the ch-aviation PRO subscription with access to exclusive News from the industry, airlines database (including our famous start-up tracker) and airports database. It also includes online access to ch-aviation contacts (names, titles, email addresses, links to Linkedin accounts, etc.) with the recently introduced, powerful new Contacts Search feature (Contacts Downloads feature is optional).

Stay well informed – contact sales@ch-aviation.com and get the subscription for the first year of “Starter Pack” for EUR1399. In times like these, it is important to stay up to date.

The offer is valid until 31st of May, 2020.

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