Aer Lingus expanding leisure sales team to promote its Dublin-Hub strategy

  • Aer Lingus expanding leisure sales team
  • Promoting Dublin as a hub from English departure airports

Ivan Beacom, John Keogh, Yvonne Muldoon, Jenny Rafter, Sarah Lee, Dermot Lee, and Alan Molloy of Aer Lingus accept the best ailrine to North Ameirca award from category sponsor Jon Woolf of Dublin Airport at the Irish Travel Industry awards at the Round Room, Mansion House, Dublin, January 25, 2018

Aer Lingus is seeking a leisure sales business development manager for Ireland and Britain. The airline says successful candidate will be based in the leisure sales department in Dublin and will have responsibility for driving incremental revenue though account management across Ireland and Britain. 

Aer Lingus say the role will warrant strong negotiation skills in order to achieve revenue goals, maximising brand awareness and promoting Dublin as a hub to the US from Britain. The airline wants the candidate to devise a plan to maximise the airline’s awareness in the UK as the value carrier of choice to the US via its Dublin gateway initiative.

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Candidates should have a third Level degree or equivalent industry experience of 3yrs, a successful track record in a competitive sales environment, knowledge of airline sales processes, track record of influencing efficiency, experience in GDS or airline systems, an excellent command of the English language (written and spoken), communication, presentation and influencing skills and ability to succeed working in a matrix environment.

They also require awareness of market conditions, customer needs, competition and financial requirements of the airline, eligibility to live and work in the EU, a current unrestricted worldwide passport, three verifiable references, and ability to pass a strict airport security vetting procedure which includes a five year background check, or be in possession of a current airside pass for the airport this position is based in)

  • Closing Date is Tuesday September 18th 2018. See website.
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