Schiphol’s van Pelt moving on to the next step in her career

Saskia van Pelt is leaving Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport after ten years working as the Dutch hub’s director of business development cargo.
Van Pelt has decided to move forward and take a next step in her professional career.
Having experienced many changes and developments in the air cargo industry, van Pelt has indicated to industry friends and colleagues that the time has come to explore new routes and to continue to grow further in an exciting industry. 
In February this year, Schiphol announced that it was combining its cargo department with aviation marketing, with the current head of the freight business, Jonas van Stekelenburg, moving onto another role.

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