Jean-Cyril Spinetta and Leo van Wijk, who masterminded the first merger between two European flag carriers in 2004, are stepping down and handing over the reins of Air France-KLM Group to a younger generation. The board of the French-Dutch group yesterday appointed Alexandre de Juniac chairman and CEO of Air France-KLM Group and Peter Hartman deputy CEO, succeeding Vice Chairman van Wijk, as of July 1. De Juniac became chairman and CEO of Air France in 2011. He will be replaced in ...


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