KLM boss to stand down in May

KLM chairman Leo van Wijk is to leave his job next May, Van Wijk said in an interview with magazine Zakenreis. Unlike Van Wijk, his successor Peter Hartman will not be involved in strategic decision-making but will focus on operations. This means KLM will effectively become a normal division within Air France-KLM. Strategy will be dealt with by Paris where the holding company is based.

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