SASI World appoints Hiran Perera as senior advisor freighters and revenue management

SASI World appoints Hiran Perera

Stan Wraight President and CEO of SASI World has announced the appointment of Hiran Perera as a Senior Advisor to SASI World, effective April 01/2024.

Hiran joins SASI World after a long career with Emirates Sky Cargo where as SVP he lead the team responsible for all freighter activities plus revenue and capacity management.

Hiran will assist SASI World as it looks to grow its global practise and expansion into new markets.

Hiran will join the team to ensure optimal fleet exploitation possibilities for customers with both all-cargo operations and mixed passenger and all cargo fleets as well.

Decisions on fleet type and gauge, new build or conversions and ensuring the right aircraft for the customers strategy are critical, as are decisions on purchase, dry or finance lease or ACMI.

Stan Wraight commented: “Having known Hiran for many, many years and witnessed his contribution to Emirates Sky Cargo in becoming a world leader in air cargo logistics, we are extremely proud that he has chosen SASI World to continue his professional involvement in the air logistics world.

“We are also happy for our global clients who can count on SASI World more than ever as the go to advisors for both freighter and scheduled passenger revenue and operational excellence.

“I do not know of one other airline executive that can match the broad and successful experience he has today”

Hiran Perera commented: “SASI world and the entire team have proven themselves since 2005 as the company to seek professional advice from in air logistics and when asked to join them I was pleased to accept.

“Today’s market dynamics in e-Commerce and special products, where freighters remain the ideal platform for overall profitability and how a mixed fleet of freighters and passenger aircraft can very often be the best solution for airlines are subjects that I look forward to working with the SASI World team and its clients as we move forward.”