IATA’s first cargo head, Aleks Popovich, to retire after 16 years

August 4, 2020 Alex Lennane

Aleks Popovich, the first head of IATA Cargo and most recently IATA’s senior vice president, financial and distribution services, is to retire.
He leaves IATA, where he has spent 16 years – a relatively short haul for IATA bureaucrats – in March, and will be replaced by Muhammad Albakri, the regional vice president for Africa and the Middle East.
In 2005, Mr Popovich became the first to take the role of global head ...

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