Krešimir Kučko exits Air Mauritius after corruption probe


Krešimir Kučko, who served as the CEO of Croatia Airlines between 2012 and 2017, and later went on to head Gulf Air and most recently Air Mauritius, has resigned from his post at the African carrier following a corruption probe led by PricewaterhouseCoopers. Although the findings of the probe have not been made public, Mr Kučko has been suspended from his post since last September for allegedly accepting a luxury weekend in Bordeaux in France paid by an aircraft leasing company that works with the airline. The probe also investigated a series of contracts awarded to various companies since Mr Kučko’s appointment. He became Air Mauritius’ CEO in December 2022.


  1. Anonymous10:34

    Imagine all the things he did in OU.

    1. Anonymous11:02

      OU is in worse position now than it was back then when he was ceo.

    2. Anonymous11:31

      Is that supposed to justify his poor leadership of the company?

    3. Anonymous13:00

      OU is in a worse position because he ruined all long-term growth prospects.

    4. Anonymous15:21

      I completely agree. He is wholly responsible for the damage done to OU.

    5. Anonymous17:19

      When he left OU, there was 5-6 more routes from ZAG and something we can call hub system. Today we are still not at that point, many years later.

  2. Anonymous10:38

    Mauritius did what an EU member was incapable of doing. Bravo, Hrvatska I guess. 🤷‍♂️

  3. notLufthansa10:40

    Kradeze cadre, what else to say

  4. Anonymous13:30

    Why findings of the probe have not been made public? It's in the interest of general public and potential new employer(s) too.

  5. Anonymous14:30

    Lol what a clown


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