Airline veteran Gabriela Hiitola moves up to head Finnair Cargo
Gabriela Hiitola will become senior vice-president of Finnair Cargo on 1 February, after a 24-year career ...
Finnair celebrated St Patrick’s Day with the long-awaited launch of a new seasonal summer route to Dublin this March.
The launch of Finnair’s new service to Ireland is overdue glad tidings not only for lovers of Guinness, great music and James Joyce, but also for customers forwarding urgent parcel shipments to and from destinations as far afield as Asia.
“Ireland exports a lot of pharmaceuticals, which supports Finnair Cargo’s strategic intent to grow in this segment,” states Anja Pöyhönen, sales director for Continental Europe, Finland, the Baltics and Eastern Europe.
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