Bram Graeber to leave Air France-KLM

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Bram Graeber is to leave Air France-KLM on 1 June to work at Royal Boskalis Westminster.

Graeber has worked for the business for 20 years and was executive vice president cargo and executive vice president of Transavia. A successor will be announced in the near future.

Air France KLM chairman and chief executive officer, Alexandre de Juniac says: “I would like to thank Bram most sincerely for his significant contribution to the Group’s development in various positions he has held over the years. The members of the executive committee join me in wishing him every success in his new professional environment.”