Comair CEO Wrenelle Stander appointed as chairperson of AASA
Airlines Association of Southern Africa’s (AASA) has elected Wrenelle Stander, CEO of Comair, as the new chairperson at its 50th annual general meeting who will serve for the next 12 months.
October 13, 2020: Airlines Association of Southern Africa’s (AASA) has elected Wrenelle Stander, CEO of Comair, as the new chairperson at its 50th annual general meeting.
Elmar Conradie has been elected as AASA’s new deputy chairperson. He is the CEO of FlySafair.
Both will serve for the next 12 months.
“Our industry is facing its most difficult test with Covid-19 and the economic crisis it has precipitated. Both Wrenelle and Elmar are highly respected and knowledgeable leaders in the Southern African air transport industry and well-placed to provide guidance and support as we continue to advocate for the airline industry and engage on their behalf with governments and regulators throughout the SADC region,” said AASA CEO, Chris Zweigenthal.
The 2020 virtual AGM was attended by over 170 delegates representing airlines, airports, air navigation and weather services as well as manufacturers, suppliers and other industry stakeholders.