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Duncan Naysmith

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Duncan Naysmith, Air Serbia’s current chief financial and business transformation officer, has been appointed as the Interim CEO of the Serbian national airline, while it embarks on the search for a permanent replacement for previous CEO Dane Kondić, who stepped down for personal reasons after serving four and a half years at the helm of the company.

Naysmith brings more than 12 years of senior airline management experience. Consistent with the company’s leadership transition plan, Naysmith will assume full management responsibilities effective immediately, with a handover period in place until Mr Kondić leaves Air Serbia at the end of January 2018.

The Interim CEO will focus on a clear strategy aimed at meeting the challenges ahead and ensuring the airline’s sustainable and prosperous future.

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