Alexandre de Juniac has become the new IATA director general and CEO, saying on his first day in the post that the industry and the association must move more rapidly to adapt to the accelerating pace of change in the world. De Juniac is the seventh IATA DG and CEO; he succeeds Tony Tyler who retired after more than five years in the post. De Juniac, who joins after being chairman and CEO of the Air France-KLM Group since 2013, was confirmed in his new post at the IATA AGM in Dublin in ...

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