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Airlink appoints Carla da Silva as executive manager sales and marketing

Posted 1 October 2021 · Add Comment

Airlink, the independent domestic and regional airline, has appointed Carla da Silva to the position as executive manager of sales and marketing.

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Ms da Silva has an extensive background in airline commercial business and is widely respected in the industry.


“Carla joins Airlink at a very exciting time as we grow and extend our reach into the challenging and highly competitive South Africa’s domestic and intra-Africa markets,” said Airlink CEO and managing director, Rodger Foster.


Prior to joining Airlink, da Silva served as a non-executive director at Aviation Coordinating Services, chairperson of the Board of Airline Representatives South Africa and as the Africa and Latin America regional manager for Air Mauritius. 


She joins Airlink’s dynamic marketing team and will be responsible for, amongst other functions, increasing the company’s brand presence with customers and industry stakeholders, marketing, communications, e-commerce and the development of Airlink’s loyalty programme.

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