Dutch low-cost carrier Transavia has appointed Mattijs ten Brink as its new managing director and chairman, replacing Bram Graber who is returning to parent company Air France-KLM. In his new role, Ten Brink will lead Transavia, which is the Dutch sister company to Transavia France. Both Transavias perform scheduled and charter flights to popular leisure destinations. Ten Brink joined KLM Cargo in 1998 holding various positions including overseas placements in Paris and Chicago. He ...

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