US Airways announced today several key promotions within its management
team which have been approved by its board of directors, and the
resignation of four of its officers, each of whom have accepted positions
at other companies.
David M. Davis, formerly vice president - financial planning and analysis,
has been promoted to senior vice president - finance, and will assume
purchasing and fleet management functions. In addition, Andrew P. Nocella,
previously vice president - pricing and revenue management, will now serve
as vice president - network and revenue management, and will be
responsible for both pricing and scheduling. Executive Vice President -
Corporate Affairs and General Counsel Elizabeth K. Lanier will assume the
responsibilities of corporate secretary.
Previously, US Airways had announced the promotion of Donna Paladini to
vice president - customer service.
“These are well deserved promotions of talented and dedicated employees
who will play an even greater role in the future of our company,” said US
Airways President and Chief Executive Officer David N. Siegel. “By
consolidating the duties of some of the departing executives, US Airways
will continue its trend of maintaining a very lean and highly qualified
The resignations are:
Vice President - Deputy General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Jennifer
C. McGarey will join MCI as vice president, corporate secretary in
Ashburn, Va., effective Jan. 23, 2004.
Vice President - Fleet Jeffery A. McDougle will join Naperville, Ill.,-
based Laidlaw International as vice president, treasurer effective Feb. 2,
Vice President - Planning and Scheduling Daniel M. McDonald will take on
the responsibilities as DHL`s senior vice president, network planning -
the Americas in Cincinnati effective Jan. 28, 2004.
Vice President - Labor Relations and Benefits P. Douglas McKeen will
remain with US Airways through the end of the first quarter, and then will
return to labor consulting in Minneapolis.
“These four individuals have distinguished themselves over and again
during a very challenging period for this airline, and I want to thank
each of them for their commitment and accomplishments while at US Airways.
I wish them the best in their endeavors,” said Siegel.