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Air Transat, the leading Canadian leisure airline, has recently appointed Adrian Keating as Commercial Director for the UK and Ireland

4th October 2018 - 11:31am

Keating will implement and manage Air Transat’s commercial strategy in the UK and Ireland, with key areas of responsibility including sales, distribution, e-commerce and revenue management.

He joins Air Transat from Malaysia Airlines where he was Regional Manager, UK, Europe and North America with responsibility for route revenue and profitability, brand building, customer service and sales and marketing.

Adrian started his career at British Airways in 1999, where he held a number of sales positions, before roles with easyJet as Sales Manager, Europe and Etihad Airways as Global Sales Manager.

“It is the ability to travel so extensively that I love about the industry.”

“I have always loved to travel and I am a huge aviation fan - ever since I can remember I have been a plane geek! The thrill of being able to have breakfast in Dublin and dinner in Toronto, all in the same day will never leave me. Throughout my career I have been fortunate enough to travel to some amazing places around the world and to have had some great experiences exploring new places and meeting new people.”

“New York has to be my all-time favourite city.”

“No matter how many times you visit, you can have a different experience every time and there is such an energy about the place. However, with Niagara Falls, Banff National Park and Whistler just some of the amazing places and unforgettable experiences that Canada has to offer, that soon might change.”

“What really differentiates Air Transat from other airlines is the choice we offer.”

“We operate direct from Dublin with a mix of direct and connecting services to Toronto and other major cities throughout Canada including Vancouver, Montreal and Calgary, with excellent value fares and a choice of classes on all flights.”

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