US Airways’ new COO gets $120,000 signing bonus

Posted: September 07, 2007

US Airways' new executive vice president and chief operating officer received a $120,000 signing bonus and will make an annual base salary of $400,000, the airline said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Robert Isom, a 43-year-old airline veteran named to the new post yesterday by US Airways Group Inc., also will be eligible to participate in the company's executive-bonus program.

In addition, he received a grant of 70,000 stock-appreciation rights, with one-third vested in each year of 2008 through 2010, and a grant of 35,000 restricted stock units vested in thirds over the same period.

Isom is a former vice president for ground operations and airport customer service at Northwest Airlines Corp.

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