EasyJet has named TUI Group’s aviation boss Kenton Jarvis as its new chief financial officer, where he will team up again with chief executive Johan Lundgren.
Jarvis will replace Andrew Findlay, who EasyJet earlier this year said plans to step down as CFO next May. EasyJet says it will provide an update on Jarvis’ start data in due course.
Jarvis joined TUI in 2003 and is currently chief executive of aviation and business improvement director of markets at the travel group. He was formerly finance director of UK travel firm Airtours Holidays.
EasyJet chief Lundgren says: ”Kenton will join us during this period of exceptional challenge for global aviation. His depth of knowledge of the travel industry and financial skills will be key as we continue to rebuild following the pandemic. I look forward to working closely with him as we ensure that aviation plays a vital role in the economic recovery and enables people to fly for holidays and work once again.”
Lundgren was also a former TUI executive before taking the helm of EasyJet three years ago.