Aero Africa announces new chief commercial officer

By Rachelle Harry

Aviation logistics provider Aero Africa has named Jade Da Costa as its new chief commercial officer.

South Africa-born Da Costa has more than 30 years of experience in the freight forwarding and aviation industry, and has extensive knowledge of the African market.

Previously, Da Costa was group director at freight forwarder Intraspeed Group.

In his new role, Da Costa will be based in Johannesburg, and will lead the company’s commercial activities and product developments in Africa.

Christos Spyrou, chief executive and founder of Aero Africa, commented: “Da Costa is a great personality with an extensive skill set. He brings his experience and a strong track record in achieving substantial growth to the table.”

Da Costa added: “I am extremely excited with this opportunity in driving these innovative air cargo products into the African continent. I feel that with this new venture the sky is the limit.”

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