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ASM appoints Chris Warren Director of Air Service Development

Posted 14 May 2019 · Add Comment

Airport Strategy & Marketing (ASM), which supports airports, airlines, tourism authorities and governments with developing new air routes, has appointed Chris Warren as Director of Air Service Development.


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Warren’s US based role marks the expansion of manchester based ASM’s footprint in North America.  In this new position, he will consult with clients on air service and economic development, providing the strategic guidance and representation to expand their route networks and increase passenger numbers.
 
Warren brings to ASM extensive aviation industry experience across both airline and consulting platforms.  Previously, he held management positions in finance, revenue management and planning at American Airlines, TWA and ExpressJet Airlines.  In addition, Warren brings approximately a decade of aviation consulting experience, including management of air service development engagements for US airports, tourism boards and communities.  He holds a B.S. in Finance from Bradley University and an MBA from Rice University.
 
“Chris has a deep knowledge of the aviation industry earned from both airline and consulting perspectives, with financial and analytical skills honed by years of practical experience,” said David Stroud, Managing Director of ASM.  “We’re confident that he will be invaluable to our aviation industry clients in reaching their maximum potential, and we are proud to welcome him to the ASM team.”
 
Founded in 1993, ASM, the founder of the industry’s renowned Routes events, provides clients with the strategic guidance to expand their route networks and increase passenger numbers.  In addition, ASM offers a leading portfolio of training courses in the field of air service development. 

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