EasyJet has promoted Sophie Dekkers to the post of chief commercial officer.
Dekkers has been with easyJet since 2007 in a variety of roles, most recently as customer director.
During her time at the airline she has overseen the commercial performance of the UK market as UK country director as well as other roles including director of scheduling and head of business.
She will be responsible for network and planning, scheduling, commercial and digital.
Her appointment follows the resignation of Robert Carey and she will take over with immediate effect.
Thomas Haagensen, group markets director, will take over Carey’s responsibilities for the marketing and customer teams as the airline’s group marketing and markets director.
EasyJet chief executive Johan Lundgren said: “I am delighted to have appointed Sophie Dekkers as chief commercial officer. She has a wealth of experience at easyJet in a diverse range of roles, so the huge depth and breadth of knowledge of the airline and commercial acumen will serve us very well going forward.
“I look forward to welcoming Sophie to the management board.”