Finnair Cargo chief on the move

Managing director of Finnair Cargo, Janne Tarvainen, will leave the airline at the end of July to become managing director of Nordic Regional Airlines (Norra) and will be succeeded by Mikko Tainio

Tainio is currently the managing director of Finnair Kitchen and has worked in key positions in finance and ground operations.

Finnair’s operations senior vice president Jaakko Schildt, said: “I would like to thank Janne for his great leadership during a time when Finnair Cargo transitioned to a new era, introducing its state-of-the-art cargo terminal, the COOL Nordic Cargo Hub, with modern tools and ways of working. I wish him all the best for his new role at Norra.”

Tainio added: “I am happy to see the great work that’s been done by the Finnair Cargo team in recent years, particularly the ambitious transformation of working practices and successful expansion of COOL terminal operations. I look forward to continuing the journey with the team towards achieving 1 million daily cargo kilos and sharpening the competitive edge that new technologies and processes give us.”

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