Air France-KLM has appointed Angus Clarke as executive vice president of strategy and he will take on the role from 1 February.
He becomes a member of the Air France-KLM group executive committee and reports directly to group chief executive officer, Benjamin Smith, Group CEO.
Clarke is responsible for defining and implementing Air France-KLM’s long-term strategy, in coordination with all the group’s stakeholders, as well as business development opportunities in its different entities.
Clarke has 18 years’ experience in the air transport industry. He has developed an expertise in finance and in assessing the performance of companies operating in the air transport sector.
From 2016 to 2018, he was special advisor to the Air Canada chief operating officer on subjects regarding operational and economic performance.