Aviation Business - Power 50-James Hogan

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In 2008, James Hogan signed one of the largest aircraft orders in commercial aviation history for up to 205 aircraft worth some US$43 billion. This alone makes him a worthy candidate to hold second place in our Power 50, but then in June 2009, Etihad’s CEO closed the biggest engine deal in commercial aviation history worth some $14 billion. Hogan took up his current position just three years ago, but he brings to the Abu Dhabi-based airline more than 30 years of travel industry experience, holding senior positions with bmi, Hertz, Forte Hotels and Gulf Air.

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