Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Air France-KLM: why Alexandre Juniac throws in the towel for IATA – Boursorama

The departure of Alexander Juniac to IATA, an output upwards.

departure of Alexander Juniac to IATA, an output up.

the departure of the CEO of Air France-KLM was one of the prerequisites for the successful negotiation with drivers of productivity Air France. And because Alexandre Juniac remain in the history of the company as the first president to have said no pilots, during the strike of September 2014. He seemed to have sold on the concept of Transavia Europe, but still inaugurated the last week a base in Munich of low cost, independent of the French and Dutch entities Orly Amsterdam. The negotiation meeting with pilot unions, announced as the final is scheduled for tomorrow.

The appointment of Juniac as President of IATA, the International Air Transport Association, is both an outlet through up and a purgatory before returning to an operational position with another government. Currently, there is little in the odor of sanctity, except Macron. This departure IATA is not a surprise, and negotiations seem to have started it six months ago. Alexandre Juniac, in control of this world federation can continue to help Air France and European companies face the unbridled competition from Gulf carriers.

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