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Dnata has new business development head

Posted 7 April 2015 · Add Comment

Dnata has appointed Emma Deane as Vice President Commercial & Business Development. In the role, Emma will support the growth of Dnata's UAE ground handling and Marhaba operations.

Previously part of Emirates Group’s legal team supporting Dnata’s UAE and international airport operations until 2011, Emma also worked with one of Dnata’s joint ventures, Alpha/LSG in London, as legal and commercial support for the flight catering business. She has recently completed a Master’s degree in aviation management from the University of New South Wales.
 

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