Cologne/Bonn Airport with a new freight manager

Cologne / Bonn Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Cologne / Bonn Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Cologne/Bonn Airport with a new freight manager

Cologne / Bonn Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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Cologne/Bonn Airport has appointed Andrea Tony Geslao as its new Head of Cargo Sales. The 47-year-old will be responsible for the airport's cargo business.

During the Corona crisis, freight proved to be an important stabilizer at the location. In 2021, 986.000 tons of freight were handled in Cologne/Bonn. After various positions at Lufthansa, Geslao has been working at Cologne Bonn Airport since April 1, 2018, most recently as Head of the Airline Marketing Department. He reports directly to Tobias Lyssy, Head of Sales and Marketing.

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