Finnair Cargo boss Kuusenmäki says goodbye

Finnair’s vice president head of cargo, Antti Kuusenmäki, is to leave Finnair Cargo in November to pursue other career opportunities. He has headed Finnair Cargo since December 2014.
Juha Järvinen, Finnair’s chief commercial officer and Finnair Cargo’s managing director, said: “Antti Kuusenmäki has been an important part of our Cargo team since 2012, and has been key driver in many development projects over the past three years. I extend my warm thanks to Antti for his contribution to the company."

The head of Finnair operations control center (OCC), Janne Tarvainen, (pictured above) has been appointed Finnair’s new vice president head of cargo as of November.
Tarvainen holds a Master’s degree from Lappeenranta University of Technology and has a long Finnair career behind him, having worked in various positions at technical operations and in the past three years as the head of OCC.
“With over 20 years of aviation experience, I am confident that Janne is the right person to successfully steer the cargo team in the upcoming growth phase," said Järvinen.

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