Indonesian low-cost carrier Mandala Airlines has confirmed the departure of its commercial director Brata Rafly.
The airline did not specify reasons for his departure or the date he left the carrier. An Indonesian media report, however, says that Rafly will take up a position with investment company Saratoga Capital.
An airline spokesman says that it has not appointed a successor to the role yet.
Saratoga Capital owns a 51.3% stake in Mandala, while Singapore-based Tiger Airways owns 33%. The remaining 15.7% is held by the airline's previous shareholders and creditors.