Daily Memo: Change At The Top For Transavia France

Nathalie Stubler

Nathalie Stubler is leaving the Air France-KLM low-cost subsidiary after seven years in post to tackle group-wide decarbonization.

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Air France’s low-cost subsidiary, Transavia France, is getting a new CEO after seven years. That move came as something of a surprise–former boss Nathalie Stubler has led the airline’s turnaround and expansion but she will now be replaced by Olivier Mazzucchelli, who was only named CEO of regional...
Helen Massy-Beresford

Based in Paris, Helen Massy-Beresford covers European and Middle Eastern airlines, the European Commission’s air transport policy and the air cargo industry for Aviation Week & Space Technology and Aviation Daily.

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