Emirates realigns managers
Dubai, October 18, 2012
Emirates is conducting a reshuffle of some of its UAE national senior managers to broaden experience and streamline commercial operations, the airline said.
Adil Al Ghaith will become responsible for Bahrain, in addition to his existing portfolio as vice president of Saudi Arabia. Reema Al Marzooqi, manager Bahrain, will now report to him. This is a result of the very close relationship between the two customer markets, a statement said.
Abbas A Haji will be posted as vice president, Iran & Central Asia, moving from his current position of vice president, cargo commercial development.
Mustafa Al Jabri will be posted as manager Tunisia, moving from his current country manager position in Iran. In March 2012, Emirates upgraded its frequency and aircraft serving Tunis to become a daily service with an Airbus A340-500.
Omar Al Banna will become manager Jordan, moving from a similar position in Tunisia. Emirates has been flying double daily to Jordan since October 1, boosting accessibility to one of the most popular tourism destinations in the Middle East.
The management changes take effect from November 1. - TradeArabia News Service
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