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Badiali leaves GoAir
Edgardo Badiali, chief executive officer of Indian low-fare carrier GoAir, has left the Wadia Group-owned company.
Badiali joined the airline in January 2008 after leaving Italian low-fare airline MyAir, where he had also been CEO. No official release has been posted on the GoAir website, but Badiali has been removed from the list on the "Management team" page.
GoAir's executive team also lost its chief financial officer G P Gupta last month, when he mmoved across to low-fare competitor SpiceJet.
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