Airberlin CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer announced Monday he will step down Feb. 1, 2015, as former Lufthansa executive and Fiji Airways CEO Stefan Pichler takes the helm to move the company forward with its previously announced restructuring program, the company said Monday. Prock-Schauer—who became CEO in January 2013 and resigned at his own request—will resume his position as chief strategy and planning officer, which he originally held when he joined the Group in 2012. In this ...

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