At the company since 2006, Laurent Perrier had been appointed in 2017 as the group's commercial director for the French market. He will now lead Air France-KLM in Portugal and Spain.
Air France-KLM has just appointed Laurent Perrier as the new general manager for Portugal and Spain, replacing Boris Darceaux, who now takes over as the group’s commercial transformation director. With the company since 2006, Laurent Perrier had been appointed in 2017 as the group’s commercial director for the French market.
The new position is an “honour”, but also a “challenge”. “Despite all the turbulence the industry faces, Air France-KLM maintains a strong focus on offering the best service as we develop our sustainability commitments. I will support the team in Portugal and Spain to ensure that the expectations of our customers and partners are met when they continue to fly with us,” says the new general manager for the Iberia region, quoted in a statement.
Laurent Perrier holds a master’s degree in Air Transport Management from ENAC (École Nationale de l’Aviation Civile) and a master’s degree in Strategic Management of Large Groups from Toulouse Business School.