Marcel Fuchs, Vice President Atlantic & Pacific Sales, United Airlines
Venue : Conrad Centennial Singapore, The Ballroom (Level 2), Two Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038982
Date : June 03, 2016
Time : 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Price : $45.00
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Please join us for a special luncheon on June 3, 2016 to celebrate
the launch of United Airlines’ new non-stop flight between Singapore and San
Francisco on the world's most advanced passenger airplane, the Boeing 787-9
United Airlines is the first airline to offer non-stop service between Singapore and San Francisco, and this will be the only non-stop service between Singapore and the United States. The time savings of up to four hours each way gives AmCham's frequent travelers a very joyous reason to celebrate!
Measured by distance, at 8,446 miles, the Singapore - San Francisco service will be the longest scheduled 787 flight operated by any airline and the longest scheduled flight operated by any U.S. carrier [for more information, see press release here.]
United’s Vice President Atlantic & Pacific Sales, Marcel Fuchs, will provide important perspectives on the future of aviation in the Asia Pacific region, changing aviation technology, and what travelers can expect in the future. Other guests at the luncheon will include U.S.-based senior aviation, aerospace, and travel industry representatives who can relay first-hand their experience on the route's inaugural flight.
As a special guest, we plan to welcome Randy Tinseth, Vice President, Marketing for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, who will also arrive in Singapore on the inaugural flight.
We look forward to welcoming you at this special session.
About the Speaker:
Vice President, Atlantic & Pacific Sales
Marcel is Vice President Atlantic & Pacific sales for United, a position he assumed in November 2015. Marcel serves as United’s chief commercial representative for the Atlantic and Pacific regions.
Prior to this position, Marcel was managing director sales – mainland Europe for United. In this role, he was responsible for sales and marketing functions in 11 online countries. Marcel also served as managing director sales for Europe, Africa and the Middle East for the former United Airlines subsidiary.
Marcel began his career in 1975 with international freight forwarding company Frank Ltd in Zurich, Switzerland, before taking a position at British Airways in 1979. He joined Brambles- Ruys in Sydney, Australia in 1982 and then returned to Zurich to work for Pan Am in 1984. He held a number of positions with Pan Am, including managing director airport operations, before becoming United Airlines’ general manager for Switzerland in 1991. Marcel became general manager for Germany in 1997 and in 2002 took on additional responsibility for France.
Marcel is married and has two children.