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SIA in Australian management changes

written by WOFA | October 8, 2010
A SQ 777-300ER takes off. (Singapore Airlines)

Singapore Airlines has announced a number of changes to its local management team, effective from November.

The changes will see Matthew Raos move to the role of manager New South Wales/Australian Capital Territory from November 29, succeeding Craig Astridge who will leave the company on November 26. That will result in James Dunne taking up the position of manager Queensland from November 22, moving from his current role as manager South Australia/Northern Territory. This will see Andrew Soo become manager South Australia/Northern Territory from November 15, transferring from his role as sales manager Queensland.

To round out the changes, Michael Kirkby will be making the move to Queensland to step into the position of acting sales manager Queensland from December 13, moving from his current role in area marketing.

“These management changes are in keeping with our policy of regular management rotation and to provide our managers opportunities for job enrichment. Our commitment to customer service and engagement will remain the primary focus,” said Subhas Menon, SIA’s regional vice president South West Pacific.


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