TWA's former European regional head Nikos Kardassis has returned to the US as president of GE Aviation Training Services.
Kardassis was in the UK for two years before relocating to India in 1995 to take up the chief executive officer's post at domestic carrier Jet Airways. He quit Jet suddenly last month to return to the US.
In his new capacity, he will be in charge of the Connecticut-based simulator and cabin crew training specialist, which also has a UK operation in Sussex.
While in the UK he instigated TWA's launch of daily Gatwick flights to St Louis, the airline's US hub.
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