The head of a major airline’s Krakow financial services centre is to step down, in order to take up another project.
Marc Ammelung, 42, has been managing director at the Lufthansa Airline Accounting Center since 2005. He is to be appointed director of the global business services setup for the airline’s Globe project. Mr Ammelung will take up the post in Cologne on July 1, temporarily.
Patrick Jonas, 34, the current managing director of Lufthansa’s Airline Administration Center in Bangkok, will become managing director at AAC Krakow. His role will also be on a temporary basis.
Airline Accounting Center is one of four ‘AACs,’ all members of Lufthansa Shared Services International. The company employs more than 400 people in the Krakow office at Al. Pokoju. It offers services such as finance accounting, sales accounting, business services and billing centre services, to other Lufthansa companies and to airlines such as German Wings, Swiss (Switzerland’s flag carrier) and Finnair.