Mattijs ten Brink named as new Transavia chief

Credit: Courtesy, Transavia
Dutch low-cost carrier Transavia has appointed Mattijs ten Brink as its new managing director and chairman, replacing Bram Graber who is returning to parent company Air France-KLM . In his new role, Ten Brink will lead Transavia , which is the Dutch sister company to Transavia France . Both...

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