Air France-KLM has found a new CEO

The new head of the Franco-Dutch company Air France-KLM plans to appoint Jean-Marc Janiak, who now heads the multimodal transport company Transdev, according to Reuters. According to the Agency, the Board of Directors may make the decision may 3, 2016.

Earlier Janiak was one of the leaders of the French airline AOM, which was liquidated in 2001.

Currently holds the post of CEO of Air France-KLM, Alexandre de Juniac has previously announced its intention to prematurely leave the company, explaining this decision by saying that it had met all its goals – Air France-KLM has ceased to yield losses, and its debts were considerably reduced.

Reuters sources explain the early departure of Juniata conflict with the Union.