Aeromar taps Flores as new CEO

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Aeromar has appointed Fernando Flores as chief executive, bringing in the former head of Aeromexico and Mexicana to lead the Mexican boutique carrier.

Flores assumed the position on 15 February, replacing president Ami Lindenberg who was with the carrier for 16 years.

He led Aeromexico from 2004 to 2005, and Mexicana for the nine years prior. Flores has also sat on the boards of Spanish infrastructure investor Cintra and the Star Alliance.

Aeromar has promoted Fabricio Cojuc to executive-vice president of chief planning and commercial officer effective today. He is responsible for corporate strategy, network development, capacity planning, distribution, revenue management, alliances and industry affairs.

Cojuc was previously senior vice-president of network planning and corporate development at Aeromar.

Jaime Sacal has also been promoted to director of sales and marketing of the airline. He was previously director of marketing.