Oliver Lackmann has left German Airways by mutual agreement

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It was only in November of the previous year that Oliver Lackmann, who previously served as managing director at Niki and Tuifly, among others, moved to Zeitfracht subsidiary German Airways. But he has now left the company again.

An internal circular available to Aviation.Direct shows that Lackmann left the aviation company, which specializes in ACMI and charter services, by mutual agreement. A spokesman also confirmed this. It is not yet known where Lackmann is headed now.

The manager was the last managing director of the Austrian Niki Aviation GmbH. After the collapse of the Air Berlin Group, Lackmann also had to file for bankruptcy. After his job at Niki, he joined the German holiday airline Tuifly as managing director.

Embraer 190 (Photo: Zeitfracht).
Embraer 190 (Photo: Zeitfracht).