The Qantas Group has announced that, in response to the expanding COVID-19 crisis, it is reducing its executive team, the company said.
Qantas International CEO, Tino La Spina, will leave the Group in light of what is likely to be the extended grounding of this part of the airline.
Responsibilities currently held by La Spina will transfer to CEO of Qantas Domestic, Andrew David. David´s role will change as a result, adding functional responsibility for Qantas International in addition to his existing responsibility for Qantas Domestic and Qantas Freight, reporting to Group CEO Alan Joyce. John Gissing (Group Executive of Associated Airlines and Services) will continue to have responsibility for regional carrier, QantasLink.
As part of its response to the COVID crisis, the Qantas Group Management Committee took three months of zero pay in the last quarter of FY20 and is on reduced pay (65 per cent for the CEO and 85 per cent for other executives) until November 2020.