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Transavia CEO to retire ahead of proposed Martinair, Transavia collaboration

8th February 2009 - 21:00 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


Onno van den Brink has decided to retire from his current position as president and CEO of from 1 March 2009.

van den Brink took his decision on the eve of the proposed collaboration between Martinair, and KLM, which is the subject of a study that was recently initiated by KLM. van den Brink decided that he would not be available to play a role in the new situation.

As from 1 March, Tjero Zomer, the current executive vice-president & CFO of, will temporarily act as president & CEO. The Supervisory Board has expressed its gratitude to van den Brink for the way in which he led the company during the past six years.

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