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American Airlines Cargo appoints new EMEA sales director

Jun 15, 2022

American Airlines Cargo has appointed Emma Oliver to the role of Director, Cargo Sales Europe, Africa & Middle East (EMEA) and Asia Pacific (APAC). Emma returns to cargo as regional sales key leader following two years supporting the passenger business, most recently leading the Strategy & Projects team providing analytical support across the EMEA region and working on joint business and partnership opportunities.

As a seasoned cargo professional, Oliver is well-known in the industry from when she previously served as Global and Key Account Manager for EMEA. Her new role as Sales Director will also encompass Asia Pacific.

“Emma has a proven track record of hard work, dedication and success. We are thrilled to have her back on the team to lead Cargo Sales for the EMEA and APAC regions with her collaborative spirit and positive energy,” says Lisa Oxentine, Managing Director Global Sales for American Airlines Cargo.

Oliver will be based at London Heathrow. She has a degree in Business Administration and General Management from the University of Bath in the UK.

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