With this vote, the committee has ensured continuity at the helm of Lufthansa Systems at an early stage, according to a statement. Simone Menne, CFO and Aviation Services of the parent company Deutsche Lufthansa AG, was also elected with immediate effect as Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Lufthansa Systems.
Stefan Hansen, born in 1964, studied electrical engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Flensburg. He started his career at Siemens before moving on to Unilever and then to Körber AG. Hansen joined Lufthansa Systems in 1999 and initially headed the Desktop & Network Services division, before taking over the management of the subsidiary Lufthansa Systems Infratec in 2001 and, from 2004, Lufthansa Systems Network. From mid-2006, four years as Managing Director at EDS followed. Subsequently, Hansen had an advisory role for Vodafone Germany in realigning the corporate banking business.
Since July 2010, Stefan Hansen has been CEO of Lufthansa Systems AG and, in personal union, Labor Director of the company. Since then, the manager has restructured and strategically restructured Lufthansa Systems. The company is a leading IT service provider in the airline and aviation industry and also provides high-quality consulting and IT services for selected other industries.