Tui Group appoints regulation chief from Virgin Atlantic

Tui Group appoints regulation chief from Virgin Atlantic

Regulatory economist David Joseph is moving from Virgin Atlantic to assume worldwide responsibility for regulatory affairs in aviation for Tui Group’s six airlines.

He will replace Eddie Redfern in Brussels following his retirement after more than 25 years with Europe’s largest tour operating group.

Joseph held a similar role within Virgin Atlantic for spent six years working on a variety of topics in aviation.

He will report to the head of Tui’s EU corporate office in Brussels, Dr Ralf Pastleitner.

Tim Van Severen, has been appointed as manager international public policy and EU affairs from Tui Belgium.

The Brussels office is part of the activities of Tui Group’s corporate and external affairs team headed by Thomas Ellerbeck, member of the group executive committee.

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