The Latvian national airline airBaltic announces that it has appointed Thomas Ramdahl as the new Senior Vice President of Network Management, leading the Network Planning and Development Division. He will be responsible for developing and implementing airBaltic network strategy, as well as will be overseeing network management, partnership management, sales, cargo and aeropolitical affairs. Ramdahl is replacing Wolfgang Reuss, who has been in this position since 2015.
Martin Gauss, President and CEO of airBaltic: “We are happy to welcome Thomas Ramdahl to the team of airBaltic! Mr. Ramdahl is a strong industry professional, who will help to strengthen and develop our airline's network strategy. We are confident that his experience, skills and leadership will improve the company's joint future plans, growth and expansion into new markets.
“At the same time, we are grateful to Wolfgang Reuss for his eight years of dedicated service to airBaltic. He has played a significant role in expanding our network and taking us to a historically widest range of destinations served. We wish Mr. Reuss all the best in his future career," Gauss added.
Ramdahl brings to airBaltic 22 years of commercial experience from the aviation industry, including sales, market and brand strategy, revenue management, product development, customer experience, and route development. He has served as the Chief Commercial Officer for Flyr and Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA and as the Senior Vice President of Network Development for Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, leading commercial and operations strategies and business development. He has also held positions as the Director for SAS Leisure and as the Chief Sales Officer for Hoegh Autoliners, being responsible for sales and customer service in 13 countries.
airBaltic provides flights to more than 70 destinations from Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius and Tampere, offering connections to a wide range of destinations in the airline's route network in Europe, Scandinavia, the CIS and the Middle East. A complete schedule of airBaltic flights and tickets are available on the company's homepage at www.airbaltic.com.