Iberia’s chief executive Angel Mullor, who was brought in by then chairman Xabier de Irala to help steer the carrier through privatisation, has resigned to take on “new personal and professional projects”.
“I have spent 10 years at Iberia, much longer than I imagined when I came to handle the company’s privatisation,” said Mullor, who will most likely leave at the end of May. Mullor started as managing director and was promoted to chief executive in 2001.
Mark Pilling London
Source: Airline Business