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YIFENG WANG Sales Executive at Lufthansa Cargo in Shanghai “In my daily work it’s important for me to listen attentively and comprehend the customer’s needs, and provide the effective airfreight solution based on Lufthansa Cargo’s fruitful products and profes- sional handling procedure. Lufthansa Cargo is an open and international company, in which the vari- ous training and team spirit is in favor of personal career development.” LISA ANTONOPOULOS General Manager at LSG Sky Chefs in Johannesburg “ Inspired’ is the word that best describes how I feel at LSG Sky Chefs. Our industry is challenging and the international environment within our organization is fascinating. This keeps me mentally stimulated every day. I want to achieve something and the LSG Group supports me in this. I am very passionate about continuous improvement closely linked with skill development and training.” SHANEL TALARICO Flight attendant at Eurowings Europe “My time at Eurowings Europe began in November 2015, about two months after I moved from Italy, my home country, to Vienna. Dynamism, move- ment, contact with people, new challenges: These are the reasons why I am so enthusiastic about my work every day. What makes a difference at Eurowings Europe is what every single employee thinks. This creates the strong unity that makes it possible to build a great European airline.” JENNIFER KNECHT First Of cer Airbus A330/340 at Swiss “The most important consideration for me is good cooperation and communication within the crew. I believe this is a characteristic of Swiss – where safety of course always has top priority. For me this also implies actively taking responsibility. And then there is ying itself: It is an unbelievable sensa- tion to pilot a plane. The technical complexity, the operational challenges and the breathtaking views fascinate me every time anew. I am also really enthusiastic about travelling to different countries. Again and again I discover new destinations, cul- tures and people.”

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