Campbell Wilson. (Photo: Singapore Airlines)

Campbell Wilson is CEO of Scoot, which is wholly-owned low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines; he has 26 years of aviation industry expertise

The Tata group on Thursday announced the appointment of Campbell Wilson as the managing director and chief executive officer (MD & CEO) of Air India. The appointment is subject to regulatory approvals. Wilson, 50, has 26 years of aviation industry expertise across both full service and low-cost airlines.

He is the CEO of Scoot, the wholly-owned low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines (SIA), Tata Sons said in a statment on Thursday.

Air India Chairman N Chandrasekaran said, “I am delighted to welcome Campbell to Air India. He is an industry veteran having worked in key global markets cutting across multiple functions. Further, Air India would benefit from his added experience of having built an airline brand in Asia. I look forward to working with him in building a world-class airline.”

Wilson started off as a Management Trainee with SIA in New Zealand in 1996. He then worked for SIA in Canada, Hong Kong and Japan before returning to Singapore in 2011 as the founding CEO of Scoot, which he led until 2016.

Wilson then served as the Senior Vice-President (Sales and Marketing) of SIA, where he oversaw Pricing, Distribution, eCommerce, Merchandising, Brand & Marketing, Global Sales and the airline’s overseas offices, before returning for a second stint as the CEO of Scoot in April 2020.

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