CarTrawler has confirmed the appointment of former International Airlines Group chief executive Willie Walsh to the role of deputy chairman with the company.
Walsh departed the airline giant earlier this month after more than three decades in the sector.
At the same time, the Irish car rental and mobility solutions provider has selected David Barger and Conor Kehoe as non-executive directors.
All three will take up their new roles on September 30th.
CarTrawler chair, Patrick Kennedy, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Willie, David and Conor to the board.
“They bring a wealth of extensive global experience in the aviation and technology industries that will add significant value as the world recovers.
“Willie has had an outstanding forty-year career in the travel industry, building IAG into one of the leading global carriers.
“David is an aviation pioneer, having co-founded leading airline jetBlue and growing it into the seventh largest airline in the United States.
“Conor has had an impressive career at McKinsey, having founded its private equity/investor industry practice and formerly leading its tech and telecom practice in Europe.”
Kennedy added: “I would also like to give our sincere thanks to Bobby Healy, as he steps down from the board, on his outstanding contribution and dedication over the past sixteen years.
“Bobby has been an exceptional part of the growth of CarTrawler and we wish him the very best in the future.”
In May CarTrawler announced a controlling equity investment in excess of €100 million from TowerBrook Capital Partners, an international investment management firm.