Lilian Musyoka – A familiar face continuing her aviation career at #AviaReps


(Posted 08th June 2023)



After a career in travel and aviation, spanning 23 years, has Lilian Musyoka – more recently of Precision Air – moved on to become the AviaReps (GSA) General Manager for the company’s newly opened offices in Kenya and Tanzania.

AviaReps, the world’s leading international representation, marketing and communications company for aviation, tourism, hospitality, and food & beverage brands, opened their two new offices in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya in October 2022. The launch of AVIAREPS Tanzania and AVIAREPS Kenya will extend the AVIAREPS international network to 65 offices in 58 countries.


Lilian started her career in travel operations in 2000 before moving on into the aviation industry.

She first worked at AirFrance/KLM between 2004 and 2012 – Nairobi office at the position of indoor executive before being promoted to Regional Commercial Policies Coordinator taking care of East Africa including Djibouti and Ethiopia.

In 2012 she joined Precision Air as Country Manager Kenya, a position she maintained for over a year before being appointed in 2014 as Manager Outstations (Online Markets) and Offline Markets. Her role covered all markets with the exception of Tanzania. In addition to the commercial portfolio she also held the role overseeing Ground Handling operations in Kenya.


AviaReps represents Airlink in both Tanzania and Kenya, countries served by the airline from Johannesburg. Condor will come onboard effective July this year, also flying to both Kenya and Tanzania.



AviaReps, following the launch of flights to Nairobi recently by Airlink, subsequently hosted breakfast sessions for the travel industry to share information about the new flights, which are finally offering a reliable alternative for travel on the route between Nairobi and Johannesburg.

(Lilian Musyoka seen here with Koos Mhlongo, Airlink Sales Manager Africa)



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