The first deputy director of Aurora Airlines, Dmitry Tyshchuk, became the general director of Pobeda, which has been working without a leader since March. The former head of Pobeda, Andrey Kalmykov, left the company with the words “you can fly without me.”

The first deputy director of Aurora became the general manager of Pobeda

The appointment of Dmitry Tyschuk to the post of General Director of Pobeda Airlines is reported by Interfax with reference to the company’s press service.

The Pobeda board of directors approved Tyschuk for the position for a five-year term. Tyschuk will begin his duties on August 16.

Before Tyschuk’s appointment, Pobeda was temporarily headed by Andrey Yurikov, deputy director of the airline. On March 25 he announced the reduction of Pobeda’s fleet to 25 aircraft.

Former Pobeda CEO Andrey Kalmykov resigned from the company in March. In a letter to employees, he wrote that “the Pobeda team has become so strong that you can fly alone, without me.”

In July, the CEO was re-elected by Pobeda’s parent company, Aeroflot. Sergei Aleksandrovsky will lead the company for five years.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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