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BA poaches KLM’s COO de Groot as it cuts ANOTHER 10,300 flights

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British Airways (BA) has appointed KLM’s Rene de Groot as chief operating officer as the airline was forced to cancel another 10,300 short-haul flights. “We’re pleased to welcome René de Groot to our senior Management Committee team, who will be joining us as our Chief Operating Officer,” said the airline. (www.msn.com) More...

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mattwestuk
Matt West 2
They need to replace their CEO who has driven BA into the ground. They've gone from a World Class airline, complete with Concorde, to an EasyJet wanna-be.

It seems that any airline that is brought under the IAG umbrella ends up being decimated.
AlanZelt
Alan Zelt 2
It's nice to note that HE carried the airline during the pandemic.
avionik99
avionik99 1
Al US airlines should follow and cancel hundreds of flights in advance as to not leave us stranded!

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