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Commercial director David King to leave Alpha Airports

17 October 2006

Airline caterer Alpha Airports has announced that commercial director David King will leave the company.

The move is part of a restructure designed to "better align the business with the needs of its customers".

As a result of the changes, Alpha's retail and catering divisions will now have their own commercial departments that will look after buying, food development and merchandise management.

Alpha chief executive and chairman Peter Williams said: "We are very grateful to David who has brought a wealth of experience over the six years he has been working for Alpha."

He added: "The restructuring will bring far greater focus and clarity to our two operational divisions."

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By Tom Bill

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