Chung Mak joins Atlas Air as VP APAC sales and marketing

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings has appointed Chung Mak as vice president APAC sales and marketing for Atlas Air.
Mak will lead the company’s sales and marketing team in the Asia-Pacific region with responsibility for its commercial activities, customer relations and general management.  
He will be based in Hong Kong and will report to Michael Steen, executive vice president and chief commercial officer.
“We continue to grow and strengthen our business on a global basis, and Chung’s deep industry knowledge and experience will help us further develop our presence in the Asia-Pacific region,” said Bill Flynn, president and chief executive officer of Atlas Air Worldwide.
“Chung has more than 20 years of experience in the advisory, aviation and aerospace industries in China, the Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East, and a record of developing and managing new and established businesses.”
Prior to joining the company, Mak held senior management positions at Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co Ltd and, most recently, the Seabury Group.
He succeeds Graham Perkins, who covered the APAC region for Atlas Air since 2002. Perkins has relocated to Atlas Air’s European headquarters in the UK, where he is currently vice president sales and marketing Europe/Middle East/Africa/India (EMEIA).

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