Shockwaves as IATA cargo chief Glyn Hughes announces he is to leave

September 15, 2020 Alex Lennane

Glyn Hughes, head of IATA Cargo, is to leave his position in January, having applied for voluntary redundancy.
He will be joined, from the cargo team, by Gordon Wright, head of cargo border management.
In a letter to colleagues, the well-liked Mr Hughes explained that IATA was having to undergo some changes.
“As a result of the Covid pandemic inflicting such a devastating financial situation on the industry, IATA has introduced a restructuring ...

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