Cornelis Vrieswijk, who joined the Wadia group promoted, GoAir airlines as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) last year has resigned from the post. The exit comes just 8 months after he joined GoAir airlies in June last year.
“It is unfortunate that despite best efforts, my family did not shift to India but rather wants me to be back with them in Amsterdam,” Vreieswijk was quoted as saying in a statement in a statement issued by GoAir.
Jeh Wadia, Managing Director of GoAir, will be taking addition charge of the CEO, and will discharge his duties till the airlines finds a new CEO for its future operations. In its statement the airline also stated that, he will be working with the GoAir airlines for the smooth transition of his responsibilities.
Vrieswijk boarded GoAir airlines last year in June. He has previously served as the top executive at American airlines-Easyjet.
GoAir airlines which started in 2005 was previously headed by Prock-Schauer as its executive head but in December 2017, he reigned to join the rival budget carrier IndiGo.
Cornelis Vrieswijk, joined GoAir airlines, when the airline was planning to start its international operations. Currently the airlines operates for 3 International and 24 domestic destinations, with a feet of 49 planes.