The majority of Slovenia-based Adria Airways (JP) supervisors resigned Monday at a board meeting after failing to oust CEO and chairman Klemen Bostjancic.
Adria Airways CRJ900. By Rob Finlayson The majority of Slovenia-based Adria Airways (JP) supervisors resigned Monday at a board meeting after failing to oust CEO and chairman Klemen Bostjancic. According to a statement released by the carrier, “Klemen Bostjancic, president of the management board, was deposed and a new president appointed. However, after a heated discussion, the supervisory board members established that they had failed to take into account the legal aspects ...
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