Aer Lingus on Friday named Christoph Mueller CEO, replacing Dermot Mannion, who stepped down in April. Mueller, 47, most recently served as TUI Travel's aviation director, a position that gave him responsibility for the company's seven airlines. He joined TUI in early 2006 (ATWOnline, Oct. 1, 2008). Prior to that, he was DHL Worldwide's CFO and a member of Duetsche Post's executive committee. EI said he also has held senior positions with Daimler Benz Aerospace, Lufthansa and Sabena. He ...

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