The independent assumption of duties by Christine Ourmières-Widener follows a four-month transition phase alongside Marc Rochet, since the new appointment was announced.
It’s done. Since November 1, after a transition period of four months, Christine Ourmières-Widener has taken sole reins of the companies in the Dubreuil group’s air division, having taken on the functions of CEO of Air Caraibes, and President of Air Caribbean Atlantic, from French bee and Hi line Cargo. This change at the head of the governance of the aviation division occurs in parallel with the accession of Paul-Henri Dubreuil to the position of CEO of the eponymous group, replacing his father Jean-Paul Dubreuil.
An already busy career in aviation
“I am honored to take over from Marc Rochet as president of the companies in the Dubreuil group’s air division. His track record over more than 20 years is impressive. Under his mandate, the Group’s air division has taken off magnificently. new governance has numerous projects and a modern and dynamic vision. Aviation is today going through a period of significant and complex challenges in which we have an important role to play. Meet these challenges with our teams and continue to multiply the successes of the the Dubreuil group’s air hub will be my priority”, declares Christine Ourmières-Widener.
Christine Ourmières-Widener was, before her appointment as head of the airline division of the Dubreuil group, CEO of the company TAP Air Portugal from June 2021 to March 2023, and she was also general director of the airline Flybe from January 2017 to May 2019. Marc Rochet remains a director of the Dubreuil Aéro Group and the companies. She began her career in aviation at Air France in 1988.