Paul Scurrah Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Children, Parents, Virgin Australia, Salary, Career, Education
Paul Scurrah, Virgin Australia incoming CEO
Paul Scurrah Age: Around 50 to 60 years old
Paul Scurrah Parents: Wendy Burgoyne
Paul Scurrah Sibling(s): Wendy Burgoyne (sister)
Paul Scurrah Children: Has 2 children, Cam Scurrah (Daughter)
Paul Scurrah Wife: Is Married, Wife’s name not on record
Paul Scurrah Bio, Wiki
Paul Scurrah is an Australian with strong experience in large scale logistics and transport. Virgin Australia announced on Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 that Paul Scurrah will take over as its chief executive on March 25th replacing John Borghetti, who over eight years has transformed Virgin from a budget airline into Australia’s second full-service carrier.
Paul Scurrah Family
According to his Facebook profile, he is from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and has one family member listed as his mother, Bev Scurrah. His mother’s Facebook page lists Wendy Burgoyne as her Daughter. Her mother further shows a granddaughter by the name, Cam Scurrah who seems to be Scurrah’s daughter.
Paul Scurrah Career
Paul Scurrah is currently the chief executive and managing director of DP World Australia and director of the Gold Coast Football Club. His previous roles included executive vice president of commercial and marketing at Aurizon; chief executive of Queensland Rail; and more than 20 years of experience in transport, tourism and customer service at companies including Flight Centre, Tourism Queensland, Ansett, Qantas, and American Express.
Scurrah last worked in commercial aviation in 2002, as general manager of sales and marketing at Ansett Australia while it was under administration, and prior to that was at Qantas.
He has spent the past 17 years in travel and logistics, including stints at Flight Centre, Queensland Rail, Aurizon and most recently was CEO of stevedores DP World Australia.
Paul Scurrah Salary
Scurrah will be paid a base salary of $1.3 million a year which is way lower than the previous boss, Borghetti’s $1.95 million. He, however, has the potential to earn a cash bonus of up to $1.95 million. Another $1.95 million in cash and shares will be available as a long-term bonus if he hits targets relating to shareholder returns and return on invested capital.
Paul Scurrah Virgin Australia
Paul Scurrah, the Virgin Australia’s incoming boss has promised to compete fiercely with Qantas but will not chase market share at the expense of profitability. He has promised to fly the airline back into the black after six loss-making years.
Virgin’s shares rose 2.7 percent to 19¢ on Wednesday.
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