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Iberia Appoints José Luis de Luna as Head of Iberia Airport Services, Ángel Marcos to Lead CACESA

Updated: Feb 16, 2021

Mr. de Luna will succeed Ángel Marcos as Head of Iberia Airport Services (IAS), the company’s airport handling division, while Mr. Marcos will leas CACESA, Iberia’s prestigious logistics and courier service.

Iberia's New Managing Director of Iberia Airport Services, José Luis de Luna - Courtesy Iberia

On Friday (February 12, 2021), Iberia announced the appointment of José Luis de Luna as head of Iberia Airport Services (IAS), the airline’s airport handling division. Mr. de Luna will succeed Ángel Marcos in his new position, while Marcos will now lead the company’s CACESA Logistics Service, Iberia’s prestigious courier service. José Luis de Luna has 25 years of airport management experience, including the past seven years with Iberia. He is an aeronautical engineer and holds an MBA from the IESA Advanced Business School. Before joining Iberia, he held various positions at the Spanish National Airport Authority (AENA), where he was instrumental in the expansion of Madrid Airport, and later worked for EuroHandling and FlightCare.

Iberia's New Managing Director of the CACESA Logistics Unit, Ángel Marcos - Courtesy Iberia

Heading IAS over the last eight years, Mr. Marcos achieved a major milestone in 2015, winning 17 out of 20 contracts for ground handling at Spanish airports, ultimately increasing the number to 29. During this period, IAS achieved record levels of profitability, achieved progressively higher satisfaction ratings from 150 airline customers, and assisted more than 100 million passengers and 360,000 aircraft. Improvements carried out over this timeframe also contributed with major advancements in flight punctuality, with Iberia leading the world in on-time performance in 2016 and 2017.

Source: Iberia


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