AirAsia Group Bhd has appointed Veranita Yosephine Sinaga (pix) as CEO of PT AirAsia Indonesia Tbk, replacing Dendy Kurniawan who has stepped down after three years on the job. (Photo credits: AirAsia Group Bhd)
KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 8): AirAsia Group Bhd has appointed Veranita Yosephine Sinaga (pix) as CEO of PT AirAsia Indonesia Tbk, replacing Dendy Kurniawan who has stepped down after three years on the job.
In her new role, Veranita will be responsible for the airline's operations in Indonesia.
"Working with government and industry stakeholders, Veranita will also play an integral role in leading local transformation efforts, as the company expands beyond air transport to offer travel and lifestyle services, as well as financial services," AirAsia said in a statement today.
Veranita joined AirAsia Indonesia as deputy CEO in July, bringing with her more than 18 years of fast-moving consumer goods sales experience. Prior to joining AirAsia, Veranita served as sales director at Kraft Heinz Indonesia, where she led and orchestrated multiple commercial growth initiatives. She also spent a number of years with Danone Waters Indonesia and British American Tobacco Indonesia.
AirAsia Indonesia operates a fleet of 27 aircraft on more than 1,100 weekly domestic and international flights from its hubs in Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan, Bali and Lombok.
AirAsia shares closed up 2 sen or 1.04% at RM1.94 today, bringing a market capitalisation of RM6.48 billion.