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Kiernan to head up 2Excel's Boeing charter sales
Alastair Kiernan is to take up a new post at 2Excel on 10 January, 2022. He will be responsible for chartering Broadsword's two business class Boeing 737s.
Alastair Kiernan will head up large aircraft charter sales for Broadsword.

UK-based 2Excel Aviation has recruited Alastair Kiernan to head up large aircraft charter sales for its charter division, Broadsword.

Formerly business development director at London Stansted airport-based Airbus and Boeing fleet operator Titan Airways, Kiernan brings with him almost three decades of experience in aviation and a wealth of knowledge of the charter sector.

2Excel director of charter George Offer says: “We are delighted to welcome Alastair to 2Excel. His extensive experience in the sector will enable us to be even more responsive to meet and exceed client demands, and further develop our growing business.”

Alastair adds: “I am very much looking forward to working with the 2Excel team and contributing to boost sales and profitability for this passenger-focused airline, with its excellent reputation in customer service and delivery.”

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