FCM Travel Celebrates New Leadership and Milestone Anniversary 

11 June 2024 – FCM Travel is proud to announce the ‘Brightness of Future’ promotion of Renos Rologas to General Manager for Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), responsible for steering the operations of the business across the region.

This strategic appointment comes as FCM celebrates its 20th anniversary, marking two decades of delivering end-to-end corporate travel solutions to many of the world’s leading large market businesses.  

FCM Global COO Melissa Elf said Rologas's appointment was a testament to his unwavering commitment and outstanding contributions to FCM over more than a decade in the business.

“Renos has been with FCM for more than ten years and he has played a pivotal role in the company's growth and success,” Ms Elf said.

“His dedication and expertise have not only earned him this well-deserved promotion but has also ensured that FCM Travel remains at the forefront of the corporate travel sector and responsive to the needs of our customers.

“I’m certain that Renos' profound understanding of both our business and customers will undoubtedly lead FCM into a thriving new era as FCM embarks on its third decade.

"I’m incredibly grateful for the relationships we've built and the milestones we've achieved together. As I shift my focus to the global FCM business, I’m confident that Renos will lead our ANZ team with the same passion and excellence.”

Mr Rologas’ ascent is a shining example of the career progression that FCM’s – a flagship business of Flight Centre Travel Group – 'Brightness of Future' philosophy can offer.

Mr Rologas said he was taking the helm in Australia and New Zealand in what is set to be an exciting chapter for FCM.

“Corporate travel remains critical for businesses to survive and thrive, and after a challenging period, the sector is buoyed by the necessity of travel for companies to win and retain business,” he said.

“We’re predicting a strong year ahead, with the culmination of decreasing domestic and international airfares, improving competition and capacity from airlines, fleet reconfigurations to streamline airline operations, and our continued investment into productive operations and technology.

“As the industry continues its recovery trajectory, we’re optimistic about the growth and opportunities as we enter this new decade, particularly as economic confidence returns, and with meetings, events, and conferences remaining a priority to business.”

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