Brazilian Defense Minister Nelson Jobim announced yesterday that Jose Carlos Pereira, head of national airport authority Infraero, will be replaced by Space Agency President Sergio Mauricio Brito Gaudenzi effective immediately as the shakeup of the nation's aviation leadership continued in the aftermath of last month's TAM A320 crash. Pereira becomes the second high-profile official to lose his job since the accident, following former Defense Minister Waldir Pires, who was replaced by Jobim ...

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