FIJI NEWS
September 13, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Fiji’s national airline, Air Pacific soon to be known as Fiji Airways has appointed Andrew Stanbury as Regional General Manager, Australia following the retirement of the airline's veteran executive, Victor Sharan.

Stanbury is an experienced senior manager with over 15 years of management experience in sales, marketing, customer service, and airport management roles at Air New Zealand and other NZ-based carriers.

“We are excited to have Andrew joining Air Pacific and our new management team especially as we get ready for our new fleet of wide-body Airbus A330s and begin rebranding and re-launching our airline as 'Fiji Airways' next year,” Air Pacific’s managing director and chief executive, David Pflieger said.

Stanbury will commence his new role as Regional General Manager of Australia on October 2.

By Indrani Krishna

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