Air Madagascar chairman Eric Koller stated pilot recruitment is ongoing as the airline prepares to operate a subsidiary named Tsaradia (midi-madagasikara.mg, 19-Dec-2017). On the priorities for the carrier, Mr Koller stated: "We have established as a priority the revitalization of the internal network, through the establishment of a subsidiary that will be 100% owned by Air Madagascar. In fact, a contest that revealed 192 nominations from employees helped to find his name. I am proud to announce that the subsidiary will be called "Tsaradia"". He said the carrier's transformation plan is going as planned, noting that since his appointment on 30-Nov-2017, he became aware of the "huge challenges that await us, both in terms of organization and infrastructure". He added: "We are giving ourselves three years to re-establish the fundamentals within Air Madagascar: we must now curb delays, adapt flight programs, control costs, etc. This work begins inside the company, within the collaborators".
Air Madagascar names subsidiary 'Tsaradia', notes 'huge challenges' over coming years
22 December, 2017