Mumbai: Jet Airways Group CEO Ravi Chaturvedi has resigned from the company, with effect from 1 April.
When contacted, the private air-carrier’s chairman Naresh Goyal confirmed the resignation.
“Chaturvedi is my good friend and has quit only to join his family in the United States,” Goyal said over phone from Malaysia.
Chaturvedi, who had joined Jet Airways in October last year from FMCG major Procter & Gamble, however, declined to comment on his resignation.
Earlier, in July 2008, JetLite CEO Maunu von Lueders had resigned.
In the last two years, the private air-carrier has witnessed exits of several top management personnel — which the company described as normal in the industry.