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Teresa Murphy joins AWTE Ireland committee

9th August 2019 - 4:00pm

Teresa Murphy (Delta Airlines Ireland)

Teresa Murphy (Delta Airlines Ireland)

AWTE Ireland recently announced Teresa Murphy (Leisure Account Manager Air France / KLM / Delta) is the newest member of the AWTE Ireland committee. Teresa will assist with managing AWTE Ireland’s numerous events throughout the year. Teresa Murphy has over 30 years’ experience in the aviation Industry. Her interest in travel started prior to joining Air France, having lived for a time in France followed by a four month overland trip through Europe, the Middle East and Asia. She began her career with Air France in the Finance Department in London. She then went on to join the team in Heathrow Airport gaining experience in all aspects of passenger handling before transferring to Dublin Airport as Air France Station Co-Ordinator.


From there Teresa moved into sales and her current role is Leisure Account Manager for Air France KLM and Delta Air Lines, using her extensive knowledge and experience to secure and increase Air France KLM and Alliance partners’ revenue and market share. She works with a portfolio of trade partners, including travel agents, tour operators, airports and tourist boards. Teresa is always open to self-development and utilises passion, energy, communication skills and creativity on a daily basis to help her to reach her professional and personal goals.


Teresa joins a growing and dedicated AWTE committee which includes: Clare Dunne (The Travel Broker), Lorraine Quinn (Celebrity Cruises), Yvonne Muldoon (Aer Lingus), Maura Moloney (Dublin Airport), Fiona Foster (Cassidy Travel), Martina Coogan (United Airlines), Niamh Waters ( and Dympna Crowley (Lee Travel). AWTE Ireland has over 100 members and recently launched in Munster with its inaugural Cork event. For more information visit

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