Romanian media: Ruxandra Brutaru resigns from Tarom airline CEO position

Ruxandra Brutaru, CEO of Romanian airline Tarom,  has resigned from her position with the company due to personal reasons, according to Romania media quoting sources from the Ministry of Transports. Brutaru, 31, has been running Tarom since January 2009.

According to Romanian media, Lia Olguta Vasilescu, a senator of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), in early February asked the Ministry of Transport to dismiss the CEO of the company due to bad management and sabotage.

Olguta Vasilescu said that Ruxandra Brutaru had “sabotaged” the company by intentional mismanagement that cost Tarom around USD 100 million. Tarom, the biggest Romanian air transport company, estimates for this year total revenues of EUR 330 million and over 2.4 million transported passengers, while last year's numbers show only 2.2 million passengers.

Alexandru Camburu, alex.camburu@romania-insider.com

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Romanian media: Ruxandra Brutaru resigns from Tarom airline CEO position

Ruxandra Brutaru, CEO of Romanian airline Tarom,  has resigned from her position with the company due to personal reasons, according to Romania media quoting sources from the Ministry of Transports. Brutaru, 31, has been running Tarom since January 2009.

According to Romanian media, Lia Olguta Vasilescu, a senator of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), in early February asked the Ministry of Transport to dismiss the CEO of the company due to bad management and sabotage.

Olguta Vasilescu said that Ruxandra Brutaru had “sabotaged” the company by intentional mismanagement that cost Tarom around USD 100 million. Tarom, the biggest Romanian air transport company, estimates for this year total revenues of EUR 330 million and over 2.4 million transported passengers, while last year's numbers show only 2.2 million passengers.

Alexandru Camburu, alex.camburu@romania-insider.com

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