Katerina Steklova is Regional Airports Manager for Central Europe, responsible for the airports of this region –Amsterdam, Brussels, Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague, and Vienna– and her job is to ensure that the checking in and dispatching of flights from her stations is secure and efficient, and that they adhere to Iberia’s standards.
I started working for Iberia on October, 1991, as a booking agent at the airline’s central offices in London, a few meters from Piccadilly Circus...
I joined Iberia in 2014 after working for another airline in Caracas airport. Iberia made me an offer and I didn’t hesitate! My permanent residence, where my family lives, is Madrid. Owing to political and social circumstances, we left Venezuela in 2018. But I’m currently living in Havana.
I joined Iberia 20 years ago. I had dreamed of working for this company because when I was nine years old my mother worked in the home of a woman who was a check-in supervisor at the Santo Domingo airport. I was fascinated by everything she told me about her work.
Vanina Emilova joined Iberia four years ago after completing her studies in tourism management and she was looking for work in that field. She had just moved to Madrid, one of the most beautiful and fun cities I had ever visited...
DATA Name: Elisabeth Reyes Position: Regional Manager for Central America Nationality: Dominican Residence: Panama City Position and brief description of your work I’m Regional Manager for Central America, in charge...
Mexico is a fascinating country with myriad professional and personal opportunities. There are always things to do. Mexico City is gigantic and it’s easy to get lost in the chaos and the crowds, but the fact is that I’m a city-loving person and this is not a problem for me. I don’t even mind the traffic!