Chief Operating Officer | Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


EasyJet's top executives arrive in Palma tomorrow for a two-day meeting and, while the airline is having to cope with a summer of cancellations and delays, today it suffered another blow when easyJet's chief operating officer resigned after a series of flight cancellations and disruption at the airline in recent weeks.

The airline said Peter Bellew had left "to pursue other business opportunities" and wished him well.

The airline said in a statment: easyJet announces that, with effect from 1 July 2022, Peter Bellew has resigned as Chief Operating Officer to pursue other business opportunities and in the meantime is committed to ensuring a smooth transition.

The Board would like to thank Peter for his hard work over the last two and half years and wishes him well in his future endeavours.

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