ASL Airlines France chief executive Jean-François Dominiak is to retire at the end of the month, parent company ASL Aviation Holdings announced on Friday, without naming a replacement. Dominiak, who ran the airline for over two decades, said he wants to “explore new fields of knowledge” after a long career which began at Air Inter, where he helped establish its cargo wing, ICS. He was later involved in the creation of L’Aéropostale, a joint subsidiary of the Air France Group and La Poste, where he went on to work as financial director and commercial director. Dave Andrew, chief executive of
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