UNIJET has appointed Claire Trevis as its aviation director to head up the development of its charter and scheduled seat-only programmes.
New board member Trevis has been with the operator for 13 years and was previously general manager aviation. She will take over the responsibilities of Geoff Rowe who stood down as commercial director because of ill health.
Trevis will initially be reclassifying the seat-only department as aviation by combining the charter-flight business with scheduled operations. She said: "We now feature several scheduled carriers in our charter seat-only programme such as GB Airways and British Midland. We plan to extend this, particularly in the leisure routes."
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