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AirBridgeCargo Airlines appoints new vice president EMEA

Posted 21 July 2015 · Add Comment

AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) has appointed Georges Biwer as vice president, EMEA.

Biwer has more than 24 years of experience in the air cargo industry. As vice president for scheduled business operations, EMEA, Georges Biwer will focus on growing ABC’s scheduled cargo operations inside and beyond Europe with ABC going online in the Middle East and the African continent to provide a broader variety of export destinations for European customers. 

“EMEA is one of the key markets for our scheduled business operations Biwer's appointment is in line with our further expansion plans and our determination to build the best air cargo team in the industry for the benefit of our customers,” said Denis Ilin, ABC’s executive president. 

Biwer said: “I am pleased to join the ABC team. Being a challenge-motivated person, I am excited to join a company with ambitious goals and will push my limits to drive the successful growth of the scheduled business operations in Volga-Dnepr Group.”

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