Air Berlin’s chief commercial officer, Paul Gregorowitsch, is to depart the carrier.
Gregorowitsch joined Air Berlin in September 2011 after more than 30 years with KLM, where he rose to the chief executive position at the Dutch carrier’s subsidiary Martinair.
He will leave Air Berlin on 1 December and assume a new position in his home country the Netherlands next March, although the German airline has not revealed any details about that post.
"Paul Gregorowitsch has significantly contributed to the restructuring of Air Berlin," says chief executive Wolfgang Prock-Schauer.
Gregorowitsch’s responsibilities will be taken over by Prock-Schauer until a new chief commercial officer is appointed.