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LATAM Airlines appoints commercial manager for the Africa

Posted 24 July 2017 · Add Comment

LATAM Airlines has appointed Guido Blanco as the new commercial manager for the UK, Africa and Nordic Countries.

Guido will be taking over from Martin Modarelli, who has assumed a new role as CTO commercial manager for LATAM Airlines in Santiago de Chile, Chile.

Rodrigo Contreras Brian, the commercial vice president for Europe said: “We are delighted to have Guido on board with the UK team and look forward to advancing his career with LATAM in London. Guido comes from a strong background of sales management and has a true passion both for the industry we operate in and for LATAM Airlines. We are confident that Guido’s knowledge and experience of the airline industry will be a true asset to our team and will contribute to the continuing expansion and growth of LATAM as a leading global airline”.

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