Amel Hammouda, Chief Transformation Officer at Air France, has been appointed a member of the Air France Executive Committee, the company said.
Amel Hammouda, 40 years old, is a graduate of the Ecole Centrale de Lyon. She also holds a Master of Science in Transportation from the University of Southampton. Between 1999 and 2016 she held various positions at Air France and Air France-KLM, mainly in the Revenue Management, Strategic Planning and Network Departments.
Hammouda was Senior Vice President Network until January 2017. Appointed Chief Transformation Officer, she is in charge of steering the Trust Together strategic plan and leading the internal digital transformation program.