Austrian-based low-cost carrier FlyNiki founder Niki Lauda has left the Air Berlin board to devote more time to his role as chairman of the Mercedes Formula 1 team. Industry veteran and former British Midland International CEO Austin Reid will succeed Lauda, effective immediately. “Austin Reid is a boost for the board of directors of Air Berlin PLC,” Air Berlin board chairman Hans-Joachim Koerber said in a statement. “He will make an important contribution to the ...

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