Thu, 28 Jun 2018 16:43 - Updated Thu, 28 Jun 2018 16:43
Lufthansa Group sales teams combine forces in Angola
Luanda - The sales teams of all Lufthansa Group companies in Angola will be led by director-general Abdul Aziz Mangera from next 1 , Angop has learnt from a company source.
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Local customers will benefit from a "single-sided customer" in fares and products aligned and combined for flights to and from Angola.
The local sales team of Brussels Airlines, led by "Country Manager" Pierre Declerck who will take on new responsibilities in Abidjan, will be fully integrated into the Lufthansa sales team in Angola, under the leadership of a single director, from July.
Brussels Airlines is a 100% member of the Lufthansa Group, known for its competency and expertise in Africa.
Abdul Aziz Mangera, General Manager Angola of the Lufthansa Group, will be in charge of commercial and sales activities of the Lufthansa Group in the market.
Brussels Airlines started flying to Angola in 2002 and Lufthansa in 2008.
Lufthansa Group operates 6 weekly flights from Luanda to Frankfurt and Brussels and from there to its 343 destinations in 103 countries, offering a total of 14 415 weekly flights.
Born in South Africa, Abdul Aziz Mangera started working for Lufthansa in 1974 after completing his training.
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