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May 23, 2022

Jet Airways appoints Prabh Sharan Singh as chief digital officer

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Jet Airways appoints Prabh Sharan Singh as chief digital officer
The Jalan Kalrock Consortium (JKC) has announced appointments for the Jet Airways leadership team, as the airline prepares for its return.
The company has appointed Prabh Sharan Singh as chief digital officer, effective 1 June. He is currently SVP and WNS Global Services. Singh will lead the IT and digital division.
The company has also appointed HR Jagannath (vice president – engineering), 
Mark Turner (vice president – inflight product and services) and Vishesh Khanna (vice president – sales, distribution, and customer engagement).
Sanjiv Kapoor, CEO, Jet Airways, said, “We are delighted to welcome these extremely talented and experienced leaders to the Jet Airways family. All of us in the senior management team of Jet Airways share many things in common, the most important of which is our joint sense of purpose and passion of rebuilding Jet as India’s most people-focused and loved airline, updated for the digital age. This stellar team is deeply committed to bringing the ‘joy of flying’ back to the skies, and I am looking forward to working with them to create history.”
In a career spanning 20 years, Singh has also worked with Kingfisher Airlines and Etihad.
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