Qantas Chairman Richard Goyder has announced he will be retiring next year, while apologising for ‘mistakes’ made by the national carrier.
The airline said Mr Goyder would be stepping down prior to the AGM in late 2024.
The chairman said the Qantas Board acknowledged the ‘significant reputational and customer service issues’ the airline was facing.
‘Qantas has gone through an incredibly difficult period since our operation was grounded during the pandemic. The recovery has not been easy, and mistakes were made,’ he said.
Qantas Chairman Richard Goyder has announced he will be retiring next year, while apologising for ‘mistakes’ made by the national carrier
‘We again apologise for those times where we got it wrong.
‘I have always sought to act in the best interests of Qantas.
‘Measured and orderly succession at Board level will support the important work underway led by Vanessa and her new management team.
‘Fundamentally, the Group is in a very strong position to overcome its current challenges and deliver for all its stakeholders in the years ahead.’
Mr Goyder’s resignation comes a month after CEO Alan Joyce quit, bringing forward his planned retirement by two months.
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