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Fastjet appoint new CCO

Posted 25 April 2017 · Add Comment

Fastjet has appointed Sylvain Bosc as new CCO. Bosc previously worked at South African Airways.

Bosc's other credentials include a tenure as chief commercial officer at French carrier Corsair, prior to which he was engaged as Group Strategic Planner for the Air France KLM Group as well as holding several key commercial positions at Air France earlier in his career.

“Fastjet holds significant potential as a business, and righting the business and positioning it for inevitable growth is an absolute priority,” said Bosc.

He added: “There has been a marked stimulation of tourism and trade growth in markets where Fastjet operates. Typically, aviation fulfils a significant role in the development of these two sectors as well as empowering publics who have not had the opportunity to fly before.  I look forward to Fastjet partnering with relevant authorities, governments and private industry to further fuel growth on the continent.”

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