Von Hoensbroech to leave Lufthansa Cargo

Lufthansa Cargo chief commercial officer Alexis von Hoensbroech will move across to Austrian Airlines, a subsidiary of Lufthansa, to fill the role of chairman of the executive board.
The role of Lufthansa Cargo chief commercial officer, also referred to as executive board member product and sales, will be filled by Dorothea von Boxberg as of August.
Von Boxberg is currently vice president global sales management at Lufthansa Cargo, with responsibility for areas including global performance management, pricing, airmail, product management and sales processes.
In her new role, von Boxberg (below) will be responsible for the external organisation of sales and handling, revenue management, pricing, network planning and sales management worldwide.
From 1999 to 2005, she worked for consulting firm The Boston Consulting Group in Stuttgart, most recently as project manager.

In 2005, Dorothea von Boxberg took a position at Star Alliance, where she was responsible for alliance development.
She joined Deutsche Lufthansa in 2007 and headed the ‘Strategy and Investments’ division of Lufthansa Passage from 2009.
Subsequently, she assumed several management positions in product management at Lufthansa Passage.
In 2015, von Boxberg transferred to Lufthansa Cargo and has headed Global Sales Management since then.
Read more air cargo people news

Share this story

Related Topics

Latest people news

Digitalisation and partnerships key for Cathay Pacific’s new head of cargo

By Damian Brett

Digitalisation and the continued expansion of its partnership programme are two key priorities for Cathay Pacific’s new head of cargo….

Read More

Share this story

Survey reveals positive impact of gender balance in logistics

By Damian Brett

Female leaders in the logistics are rated higher than their male counterparts in six out seven leadership competencies, according to…

Read More

Share this story

Micheal White to step down from CNS president role

By Damian Brett

Michael White is set to leave his role as president of IATA’s US cargo organisation CNS at the end of…

Read More

Share this story