Dow Jones Newswires: EasyJet’s chief operating officer Peter Bellew resigns

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EasyJet PLC said Monday that Chief Operating Officer Peter Bellew has resigned effective July 1, and that David Morgan has been appointed interim COO.

The London-listed budget airline EZJ, -4.72% said Bellew resigned to “pursue other business opportunities and in the meantime is committed to ensuring a smooth transition.”

The company said Mr. Morgan was previously interim COO in 2019.

Shares at 1035 GMT were down 6.90 pence, or 1.8%, at 369.50 pence.

Write to Anthony O. Goriainoff at anthony.orunagoriainoff@dowjones.com

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