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Growth-Driven Addison Lee Hires EasyJet Executive As COO

Posted on August 23, 2017
Tristar vehicles in London, U.K., home of parent ground transportation company Addison Lee (LCT file photo)
Tristar vehicles in London, U.K., home of parent ground transportation company Addison Lee (LCT file photo)

Addison Lee, the London, U.K.-based owner of Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services and Flyte Tyme Worldwide, announced Aug. 23 it has appointed former EasyJet executive Lisa Burger as its new chief operating officer.

The appointment comes as Addison Lee, which has more than 80% of the FTSE 100 as customers, has been pushing ahead with expansion plans, along with efforts to keep on the front foot when it comes to tech, amid the advances of the likes of ride-hailing giant Uber.

New Addison Lee COO Lisa Burger (photo: Addison Lee)
New Addison Lee COO Lisa Burger (photo: Addison Lee)
In the past 18 months, Addison Lee has acquired executive car firms Tristar and US-based Flyte Tyme, and has been plugging investment into a tech push too.

City A.M. article here

Addison Lee ranks No. 1 on this year's LCT 50 Largest Fleets List.

Related Topics: Addison Lee, affiliate networks, Flyte Tyme, Massachusetts operators, New Jersey operators, Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services, U.K. operators, United Kingdom

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