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Leading lights - Duncan Watson, Worldwide Flight Services
Duncan joined Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) as Vice President – Group Commercial Cargo in November, reporting to WFS’ Group Chief Commercial Officer, Barry Nassberg. Based at the company’s head office in Roissy, Paris, Duncan’s 30-year career has also included 18 years at DHL with local, regional and global commercial responsibilities and 11 years with Emirates Airline, ultimately holding the post of Vice President, Cargo Commercial Operations, based in Dubai, responsible for the airline’s cargo operations and commercial activities across the Americas, Africa and the Middle East.
Leading lights - Rick Elieson, American Airlines Cargo
Rick was named President – Cargo in March 2017. He oversees the airline’s cargo business, including operations, customer service, marketing, culture, sales and strategy.
From the ground, up
Worldwide Flight Services is a major player in air cargo handling. Keith Mwanalushi speaks to Group Chief Commercial Officer, Barry Nassberg about global expansion and investment in new technologies
American dream
American Airlines’ freight division is in the process of implementing a new cargo management system and fleet expansion, and e-commerce will be crucial for driving growth, as Ian Putzger reports
Leading lights - Derry Huff
Airline Cargo Management speaks with Derry Huff, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, Amerijet International
Leading lights - Graham Witton
Airline Cargo Management speaks with Graham Witton, Managing Director, Antonov Airlines
New kid on the block
Rodair International is embracing innovation and looking for creative ways to evolve in a fast-moving industry, as Ian Putzger discovers
High potential
As we head back to work after a summer break for much of Europe, it’s a busy issue for Airline Cargo Management
Leading lights – Barry Nassberg
Airline Cargo Management speaks with Barry Nassberg, Group Chief Commercial Officer, Worldwide Flight Services
Budapest Airport
The Hungarian capital’s airport is investing heavily, hoping to take full advantage of economic and industrial growth in the region and the resulting impact on demand for cargo. Helen Massy-Beresford finds out more