CargoAi adds advisory board

By Damian Brett

From left to right: Markus Flacke, Liana Coyne, Cyril Dumon and Ricardo Pilon

Air cargo booking portal CargoAi is adding a board of advisors to help steer the future of the company.

The board will initially be formed of four members, but others are expected to join in the future.

The current members are:

  • Markus Flacke – former managing director of Champ Cargosystems 
  • Liana Coyne – director at Coyne Airways
  • Cyril Dumon – chief executive Asia Pacific at Bollore Logistics
  • Ricardo Pilon – chief cargo transformation officer at Millennium Aviation and vice president, consulting solutions at Aviation Strategies International

“Our goal is to advocate for and positively disrupt our beloved airfreight industry with a very pragmatic and humble approach. It’s a real honour for us to welcome airfreight veterans and aviation enthusiasts to the Board and we’re looking forward to a very close cooperation as we continue to develop our product offering and look to generate value for the industry,” said Matthieu Petot, chief executive of CargoAi.

The company said the board is tasked with reflecting on the industry’s digital transformation and actively steering CargoAi.

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