ATLANTA (AP) _ Delta Air Lines has appointed a former chief
executive of Greyhound Lines as its new executive vice president of
Company officials said today that 52-year-old Stephen Gorman
will start his new post on Saturday. He will replace Joe Kolshak,
who elected to retire after 20 years of service with the
Atlanta-based airline, according to a statement from the company.
Gorman is a former executive vice president of flight operations
and technical operations at Minneapolis-based Northwest Airlines.
He will be responsible for flight operations, technical operations,
operations control center, safety, security, airport customer
service and Delta Global Services.
Gorman recently led a four-year turnaround of the Dallas-based
bus company. He also previously served as president of North
America division of the Winston-Salem-based Krispy Kreme Doughnuts.