Matias Campiani, managing director of struggling Uruguayan regional operator Pluna Airlines, has resigned his position as the carrier seeks government protection and new capital to survive. Uruguay’s government has named Sebastian Hirsch as Campiani’s replacement. Hirsch had previously been a VP at Leadgate, one of Pluna’s investors, a spokeswoman for the airline confirms. Uruguay owns a 25% stake in Pluna. Pluna last week acknowledged that it was in talks with the government to save ...
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