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Article from BTNews 5 MAY 2014

Flybe management changes

Exeter-based Flybe has announced a series of management appointments following last week’s unveiling of plans to operate from London City Airport.

Maunu Visuri will join Flybe Finland, the Finnish operating company in the Flybe Nordic Joint Venture on 20 May.  He is currently CEO of Nordic Global Airlines, a white label cargo carrier based in Helsinki, jointly owned by four parties including Finnair.  Prior to this, he held several senior management roles with Finnair, within technical services, aircraft finance and fleet management.
 
Jochen Schnadt has taken up the role of Interim Director of White Label Business Development with immediate effect, initially on a six-month assignment.  Reporting directly to Saad Hammad, he will lead on the development of opportunities in this area, a key part of Flybe’s growth strategy as it seeks to expand wet lease services to national flag carriers across Europe.  He has been involved with similar projects for Virgin, BA and other airlines as Managing Director of an independent consultancy and has held senior leadership and commercial roles with Monarch Airlines and Aer Lingus.

Andrew McConnell commenced on 7 April 2014 as Director of Communications and Public Affairs from easyjet.  During this time he was responsible for public affairs, corporate social responsibility, and media relations.  www.flybe.com
 

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