Air Vanuatu’s manager, Australia, Malcolm Pryor will be leaving the company after eight years in the role at the end of this month.
“Malcolm has been an exceptional manager of our Australian operations, leading a team of hard working sales, airport and marketing staff,” chief executive officer Joseph Laloyer said.
“Malcolm has seen the airline grow significantly in his time with thanks no doubt to his efforts. He has had a stellar career in the aviation industry and we wish him well.”
Mr. Laloyer said Paul Forbes from the Melbourne office has been appointed to the role of Manager, Commercial Australia.
Paul has been with the company a very long time and has been responsible for Victorian sales and airport operations as well as being involved in a number of special projects including the transition to Amadeus, our website development, duty free sales and the new inflight entertainment to be launched with the new Boeing 737-800 in January 2016.