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Genaro Velasquez joins Travelport as Country Manager - Philippines

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Travelport has appointed Genaro Velasquez (Bong) as Country Manager for the Philippines.

Velasquez joins Travelport following an extensive 31 year career at Philippine Airlines, starting in 1979. Velasquez has held a string of senior management roles at the airline, with regional responsibilities including the Philippines, Americas, Japan, Korea, Middle East and South East Asia.

Velasquez was most recently the Senior Assistant Vice President and Country Manager, Philippines, where he was responsible for the administration, operations, sales and marketing of the airline’s international, regional and domestic routes in the Philippines.

In his new role at Travelport, Velasquez will be responsible for the company’s commercial operations in the Philippines and will take the lead in identifying and capitalising future growth opportunities for the company in the country. Velasquez reports to Hui Wan Chua, Regional Director for South East Asia, Travelport.

“Bong brings a wealth of knowledge and management experience to his new role at Travelport. With a proven track record for business development across multiple regional markets, I am confident he will be a great asset to our business and we are delighted to welcome him on board,” said Chua.

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