(Reuters) – British Airways said on Sunday its Chief Operating Officer, Klaus Goersch, and its Director of People, Angela Williams (NYSE:), were leaving the company.
The airline’s owner IAG (L:) has seen a number of managerial changes – long-time Chief Executive Willie Walsh is stepping down in March to be replaced by Iberia chief Luis Gallego.
British Airways executives have also had a tumultuous year, dealing with a pay dispute that resulted in the first pilot walkout in the airline’s history.
Goersch has decided to move back to North America, the UK airline said in a statement. Williams plans to leave in the next few months, it added.
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