Tui Group has reorganised responsibilities among its executive board.
David Burling will assume responsibility for markets and airlines, which includes the group’s global tour operation and airlines, alongside his existing responsibilities for northern region.
Burling will also have responsibility for central region including Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Poland.
Sebastian Ebel will assume responsibility for the group’s products and holiday experiences, clustered in hotels and resorts, cruises and destination experiences.
He will be in charge of the group’s own hotel brands Tui Blue, RIU, Robinson and Tui Magic Life, and manage Tui Sensimar, Tui Sensatori and Tui Family Life.
Ebel will also head up global hotel purchasing activities and manage Tui Cruises and Hapag-Lloyd Cruises.
Kenton Jarvis will assume the role of chief executive of aviation and report to Burling as a member of the group executive committee. He will also become business improvement director markets.
Peter Krüger, previously group director investor relations and M&A, will additionally assume responsibility for strategy and join the group executive committee.
Henrik Homann, previously in charge of strategy and airlines in the group executive committee, will leave the company after 23 years.
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