Marc Rochet has been in the French aviation industry for quite a long time. He started by Air Inter, Aéromatime a low cost UTA subsidiary, and then AOM for the Credit Lyonnais ; then was working for the BA group in France with TAT and Air Liberté successfully sold to the Swair Group.
He managed a lot of airlines mainly to turn them back into restructuration and growth, and even for AKFED, the investment branch of the Aga Khan.
In 2006 he launched l’Avion, a private equity start up for business class only between Paris and New York. In 2008 L’Avion was sold to BA, the name was changed into Openskies.
Today he is acting as CEO for Air Caraibes, a French private airline owned by group Dubreuil and profitable into the cloudy french skies. With Dominique Gretz they also manage the own consulting Cy named: Aerogestion.