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Andreas Otto named new CCO of Austrian Airlines

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Vienna Airport Schwechat, Austria - September 16, 2014, Vienna Airport Schwechat, Austria - Austrian Airlines AG announces that Andreas Otto was named to serve as the new chief commercial officer of Austrian Airlines AG, effective October 1, 2014.

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After concluding his training as a bank clerk, Mr. Otto began studying business administration at the University of Cologne.

During his studies he was granted a scholarship within the context of the International Management program in Stockholm.

After completing various internships in London, Paris and New York, he graduated with a Masters Degree in Business Administration in 1991 and his PhD in 1994.

In 1994 Mr. Otto also began working as Project Manager Logistics at Rhenus AG & Co. KG in Dortmund. After being named Managing Director of Rhenus Office Systems GmbH in the year 1996, he became Sales Manager of Rhenus AG & Co. KG two years later.

In 1999 he assumed the position of Deputy Member of the Management Board of the logistics service provider with responsibility for marketing and sales.

On March 13, 2000, he moved to Lufthansa Cargo AG, serving on its Executive Board.

In addition to coordinating global sales and handling, Otto was also in charge of margin management, product management, the future project eCargo as well as Global Network and Sales Steering.


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