Mattijs ten Brink new managing director

Schiphol, 18 July 2013

Mattijs ten Brink has been appointed managing director - chairman of His appointment takes effect on 1 August 2013. He will succeed Bram Gräber, who is appointed executive vice president Passenger Strategy for AIR FRANCE KLM.

In January 2011, Mattijs ten Brink started at AIR FRANCE KLM Cargo where he held the position of senior vice president Sales & Distribution. Ten Brink worked at KLM Cargo from 1998, filling various positions and working from a number of locations including Paris and Chicago. In 2006 he was appointed vice president Global Operations KLM Cargo and remained in this position till January 2011.

About –, a member of the AIR FRANCE KLM Group, provides scheduled service and charter flights to more than 100 destinations, primarily in the Mediterranean area and popular winter sports destinations. distinguishes itself through its ‘low fare with care’ policy and offers an attractive basic price with additional (paid) products and services. In the Netherlands, the airline flies from the national airport of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, as well as the regional airports of Rotterdam The Hague Airport, Eindhoven Airport and Groningen Airport Eelde. also operates from Paris through Transavia France. Nearly 90% of airline tickets are sold through the website, which receives more than 1.5 million unique visitors monthly, making this low-cost airline one of the largest online shops in the Netherlands.
During the annual Feather Awards (Verenuitreiking) in 2013, was chosen Best Low-Cost and Best Charter Airline by the Dutch travel sector for the fifth time in a row.

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