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Chapman Freeborn appoints Geary as Group Marketing Director

Apr 04, 2023

Chapman Freeborn, the global air charter specialist and part of Avia Solutions Group, has appointed Claire Geary as Group Marketing Director, a new position within the company.

Claire joins the business following two years as Marketing Director EMEA with Cirium, prior to which she held marketing management positions at South African Airways in Africa, and was Manager of Corporate Communications, Marketing and Brand at Emirates Airline, based in the Middle East.

Claire Geary

Drawing upon her wealth of aviation marketing experience, Claire will lead the Marketing Team with a focus on brand, marketing communications, PR and events. She will work closely with the Chapman Freeborn Executive Committee, Regional Presidents and parent company, Avia Solutions Group, to design, formulate and implement a marketing strategy that drives revenue.

Claire says, “I am excited to have joined Chapman Freeborn in this new role and am very much looking forward to working with the team, being a part of the business, and taking the company towards new heights. It’s a fantastic opportunity to use my marketing expertise and strong aviation background in a well-respected company within the global aviation industry.”

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