Wrenelle Stander To Step Down As AASA Chief Executive Officer

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The Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA), has announced that its Chief Executive Officer, Wrenelle Stander, is stepping down and will  leave the industry body following a hand over to her successor.


According to AASA, Ms. Stander, who joined AASA earlier this year, is leaving to take up the role as CEO of WESGRO, the Western Cape and Cape Town tourism, trade and investment agency.


The AASA Board wishes Ms. Stander every success in her new role and has started a recruitment process for her successor, AASA also disclosed.


AASA, represents almost every airline in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region and Indian Ocean islands on matters of common interest including policy, regulatory, planning, operational, safety, security and financial matters affecting the sustainability of the industry.

The Association’s 38 associate members include airport and air navigation service operators, aircraft and engine manufacturers, ground handlers, fuel suppliers and other role-players across the air transport value chain.

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