MYTRAVEL has suffered another senior level loss after
aviation chief executive Mike Lee said he was quitting the company.

Lee will leave MyTravel following the company’s annual
general meeting on March 20 after his aviation role was made redundant.

The aviation division is set to be merged with MyTravel
Airways after the AGM.

Lee joined the company in 1990 and was put in charge
of its aviation interests in 1997.

In the past three months the
company has seen chief executive Tim Byrne, finance director David Jardine and
global development chief executive Richard Carrick depart.