Finnair Cargo appoints Kuusenmäki

Antti Kuusenmäki has been appointed vice president, head of cargo at Finnair.
Kuusenmäki has worked for Finnair Cargo for two years, being responsible for cargo network planning as well as revenue management and product development.
Prior to joining Finnair he worked as commercial director of Flybe Finland. He reports to Juha Järvinen, Finnair  senior vp commercial, and managing director of Finnair Cargo.
Said Järvinen: “Antti Kuusenmäki has extensive airline experience in both the cargo and passenger businesses. He now takes leadership of Finnair Cargo at a very intriguing time, as we prepare for the A350 entry to Finnair fleet with additional cargo capacity, and as we continue the planning of our new cargo terminal project.”
Cargo revenue is an important revenue source for Finnair, with approximately 17% of intercontinental revenue coming from freight.
Kuusenmäki said: "I’m very excited to continue executing the strategy which we have re-shaped recently with the cargo team. The direction and the roadmap are clear in order to make the future years successful.
“Personally and as a team we can be proud of some of the first achievements we have achieved, but at the same time we have to keep on working hard as the ongoing transformation in the industry is happening fast, and the targets we have set and the projects we have ahead of us are very ambitious. I look forward to reaching the high targets together.”
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