Jean-Charles Corbet

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Jean-Charles Corbet
Born
Corbet
NationalityFrench
EducationAirline Transport Pilot Licence
Alma materÉcole nationale de l'aviation civile
OccupationFormer head of Air Lib
Children3

Jean-Charles Corbet is a French Chief executive officer and aviator.

Biography[change | change source]

Graduates from École nationale de l'aviation civile (ÉNAC) of Toulouse (airline pilot promotion 1974[1]), he starts his career as air transport pilot in Gabon, waiting to be hired by Air France.

Airline pilot at Air France, he is First officer on Boeing 737 and 747, and then Captain on Airbus A320 before being qualified on Airbus A340.[2]

Head of the Air France section of the Syndicat national des pilotes de ligne, he is causing a ten-day strike at Air France, just before the 1998 FIFA World Cup.[3] In 2001, he is president of Air Lib,[4] airline borns with the merger of AOM French Airlines and Air Liberté.[5]

Amateur rugby union[6] and air sports, Jean-Charles Corbet is also an accomplished motorcyclist.

References[change | change source]