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Reach for the Sky

PMPS: Tell us about Kenya Airways Cargo. What is a typical day like for you?

Peter Musola: I start off my day reviewing the previous dayís performance. Being responsible for the cargo operations, it is essential that I do this daily. A considerable amount of time is spent in meetings, which are usually either of a strategic nature or regarding stakeholder management; but, most of all, they are about ensuring that everything is running smoothly across the company. The balance between strategic execution and operations is fundamental to what I would call a productive day.

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With over 18 years of experience in the airline industry, Peter Musola, Acting General Manager of Cargo, is responsible for overseeing Kenya Airways (KQ) Cargoís overall commercial delivery and operations. He began his KQ career in 2010 as Capacity & Revenue Manager, and was instrumental in the set-up of both the Asia Africa Safari Freighter Project and the KQ Africa regional freighter footprint. Peter was recently promoted to the position of Cargo Commercial Manager. Prior to joining KQ, he worked for Lufthansa Cargo, where he held various roles in information communication technology as well as in customer service and analytics, with his previous role being Sales Steering Manager, Africa.
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