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Qantas and British Airways Appoint New Regional General Manager SEA

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Qantas and British Airways have appointed Mr. Nick McGlynn as the new Regional General Manager South East Asia.

 Mr. McGlynn will be responsible for the Qantas and British Airways operations as part of the airlines joint service agreement (JSA) operations in the region.

Mr McGlynn moves to Singapore from the UK, where he was the Airport Manager for Qantas and based in London Heathrow. He recently managed the airlineís transition to terminal 3, Heathrow as well as the introduction of the Qantas A380 aircraft on the Sydney- Singapore-London route.

 Mr. McGlynn was General Manager of Qantas in China from 2004 to 2007, based in Shanghai and managed the overall development of Qantas services in Mainland China.

With more than 25 years work experience with Qantas, Mr. McGlynn is highly experienced, with a strong background in Sales, Marketing and Airport Operations.

Prior to his posting in China he was Airport Manager in Singapore for Qantas and British Airways, Qantasí largest operation outside Australia.

 In addition, Mr. McGlynn has served in various other sales and operational roles in Sydney, Tahiti, Perth, Melbourne, and Adelaide.

 Singapore is a pivotal transit hub for both British Airways and Qantas in connecting passengers between Europe and Asia as well as Australia.

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