Ryanair appoints Hélène Bégasse as PR & communications manager France, Benelux & Morocco

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2019/11/22 | 431 words | AEROCONTACT | CAREER
Ryanair appoints Hélène Bégasse as PR & communications manager France, Benelux & Morocco © Ryanair

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (22 Nov) announced the appointment of Hélène Bégasse to PR & Communications Manager for France, Benelux and Morocco, promoting her from her previous role as PR & Communications Executive for these regions.

                    

Hélène has worked with Ryanair since February 2018, joining from Accenture in Dublin, and will continue to oversee Ryanair’s PR & Communications activities across France, Morocco and Benelux, three key markets for Ryanair.

Ryanair’s Head of International Communications, Chiara Ravara said:

“We are pleased to appoint Hélène Bégasse as our new PR & Communications Manager for France, Morocco and Benelux. Since joining Ryanair a year ago as PR Executive for these regions, Hélène has had a significant role in communicating Ryanair’s expansion in the French market with the opening of three new bases.

 

She will continue to bring considerable experience and industry knowledge to this managerial position, with a wealth of experience in market based digital communications from her role as Marketing Expert in Accenture. Our customers in France, Morocco and Benelux can look forward to Hélène communicating directly with these markets as we roll out our customer improvements and Ryanair’s updated environmental policy – all while lowering our fares, growing our network and supporting tourism across Europe.”

 

Ryanair PR & Communications Manager France, Morocco & Benelux, Hélène Bégasse said:

“I am delighted to be appointed PR & Communications Manager France, Morocco and Benelux. These are exciting times for Ryanair as we grow in France with new bases in Bordeaux, Marseille and Toulouse and further our position as Europe’s greenest/cleanest airline at a time when the topic of the environment is top of the news agenda and there is growing desire amongst the flying public to make more informed choices about their transport

 

I have really enjoyed my time to date working with Europe’s No. 1 airline, and at such a challenging and exciting time for the aviation industry and for Ryanair. This is an excellent place to keep growing and learning and I’m looking forward to this new challenge in Ryanair.”

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