Flybe has announced that Philip de Klerk is to step down as the airline’s chief financial officer.
He will leave his post on October 1. Flybe says de Klerk has resigned to take up the position of chief financial officer at another company, but has not disclosed where he will be moving to.
The firm has started looking for a replacement and thanked de Klerk for his “major contribution” over the last three years.
Flybe will issue its 2016/17 full year results on June 8.
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