The supervisory board of Poland's national airline PLL LOT has shortlisted five candidates in the recruitment process for the company's chief executive. According to Rzeczpospolita, the list includes Pawe³ Dħbkowski, former CEO of White Eagle Aviation, Andrzej Wysocki from LOT, Bertrand LeGuern from oil company Petrolinvest, Patryk Michalak, former CEO of shipyard Stocznia Gryfia and an unnamed manager of bankrupt grocery chain Bomi.
These candidates have been chosen after all 27 potential candidates have been invited for preliminary talks with LOT's supervisory board.
The next stage of recruitment is scheduled for February 4, when the candidates will present their restructuring plans for the airline.
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