Air France-KLM appoints new UK&I general manager


Air France-KLM has announced the appointment of Fahmi Mahjoub as the new general manager for the UK and Ireland, based at the regional headquarters in London.

Mahjoub joined Air France in 1999 and has since built his career and experience within the company, leading him to hold several senior managerial positions within the organisation including commercial director in India and pricing director for the North Atlantic joint venture with Delta in the Netherlands. He has moved to the UK with his wife and three children to join the UK and Ireland team following his role as Air France-KLM vice president of pricing and revenue management. With over 22 years of experience within the Air France-KLM organisation, Fahmi brings a wealth of knowledge and an extensive understanding of the aviation industry. His predecessor, Bénédicte Duval, has taken over the role of Cargo Vice President for Africa, based at the Air France headquarters in Paris.

Mahjoub said: “I am delighted to be joining the UK and Ireland team and honoured to lead the Air France-KLM operation in what is one of the biggest markets for the group. Especially in the current climate, I look forward towards maintaining a strong regional presence for Air France and KLM across the regions, while working closely with our strategic partners to enhance our customer value proposition and create exciting network opportunities for our customers to reach the world once again.”