New CEO for Air Seychelles

Bram Steller was appointed as the new CEO of Air Seychelles on October 1.
Mr Steller had previously been the Chief Operating Officer of Kenya Airways since 2008 and was in charge of flight operations; ground operations; technical, commercial, and network planning, revenue management, operations control and cargo.
A Dutch national, Mr Stellar joined the aviation industry in 1975 as a management consultant with KLM and has worked in its in-flight and catering production departments, and served as KLM’s general manager in Cairo and Sweden thereafter as KLM’s Director for Commercial Cooperation.  He subsequently worked as KLM’s Vice President for Middle East, Central, and South Asia, based in Dubai.  Other posts within the airline industry include those with Jet Airways in Mumbai, where he was the Executive Vice President Commercial and Trans Maldivian Airways where he was its Male-based CEO.
Air Seychelles’ previous Executive Chairman, Maurice Loustau-Lalanne, is in the process of handing over the daily operations of Air Seychelles to Mr Steller before resuming his post as Principal Secretary for Foreign Affairs while continuing as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The airline’s Deputy CEO, Garry Albert, will work alongside Mr Steller during his two-year contract with Air Seychelles.