Aigle Azur files for bankruptcy, Air France, IAG expected to bid

Daily Newsletter | September 3, 2019
As Aigle Azur files for bankruptcy, both Air France and IAG are lurking in the shadows and aim to bid over the bankrupt airline’s precious slots. However, the two big airline groups in the European skies are not the only ones aiming to take over Aigle Azur’s possesions.
Ryanair’s boss Michael O’Leary has been replaced as chief executive of the Irish low-cost carrier. According to media reports, the airline’s chief people officer Eddie Wilson has been appointed to the position of CEO effective September 1, 2019, while O’Leary steps up to being the overall chief of Ryanair Holdings.
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