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William Shaw joins Green Africa Airways' Board of Directors

Posted 6 March 2018 · Add Comment

William Shaw, founder and former CEO of VivaColombia has joined Green Africa Airways' Board of Directors.

Shaw founded VivaColombia, Colombia's first value airline, in 2008. As the founding CCO and later on CEO, Shaw played critical roles in leading the airline from just a business school idea to one of the leading carriers in Colombia today. With the backing of Irelandia Aviation, he left VivaColombia in 2015 to set up VivaLatinamerica Holdings and launch Viva Air, VivaColombia's sister airline and the first value airline in Peru. He currently sits on Viva Air's Board of Directors.

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