in People

Alexandre de Juniac recommended to become Director General and CEO of IATA

Posted 5 April 2016 · Add Comment

Alexandre de Juniac, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Air France-KLM Group, has informed the Group's Board of Directors of the proposal he has received today from the Board of Governors of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to become the next Director General and CEO of this global organization.

 Alexandre de Juniac indicated he would accept the proposal, which is due to be discussed at the IATA General Meeting (1-3 June 2016).

The Air France-KLM Group's Board of Directors has prepared a plan to appoint a successor to Mr. de Juniac given his imminent appointment as the IATA Director General and CEO, from 1 August 2016 at the latest. 

The Air France-KLM Board is delighted that these accomplishments have been recognized in the confidence of the IATA Board of Governors' recommendation for Alexandre de Juniac to lead their global association. Alexandre de Juniac will be the first person coming from a French airline to lead IATA.

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Latest News

Bombardier sees increasing demand for pre-owned aircraft in Africa

At the African Aviation Finance conference in Johannesburg, South Africa, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft reflected on the development of the African Regional Aircraft market, stating that it was seeing a surge in demand in Africa for

Embraer Phenom to make impact with debuts at EBACE

Embraer will debut the Phenom 100EV business jet at the European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland, from May 29 to May 31.

Ethiopian marks African aviation history with 100th aircraft in active service

Ethiopian Airlines and SKYTRAX have announced that it will take delivery on June 5 2018 of its 100th aircraft, a Boeing 787-900, making it the first African airline to operate a 100 aircraft fleet in the history of the continent.

Kenya turns to crop dusters to turbo charge its forces

Kenya’s requirement for new light attack/armed intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft has been dogged by controversy. Jon Lake attempts to unravel a complicated situation.

Air BP expands its network with six new locations in Africa

Air BP has collaborated with Vivo Energy to grow its network in Africa, adding six new locations: Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport, Abidjan-Felix-Houphouet-Boigny International Airport, Nelson Mandela

Africa’s busiest passenger air routes revealed

The 10 busiest passenger air routes in Africa have been revealed in a new study conducted by Routes.

Routes African SK1505180718
See us at
GroundHandling BT2205130918AirCargoAFA_BT220318210219AAD2018 BT