These included Dubai and markets in the Far East, West Asia and Africa
Emirates Airlines appoints 5 nationals to key locations across its network
Emirates Airlines is working to overcome the challenges posed by the pandemic.
Emirates Airlines announced the appointments and transfers of its commercial operations team, including its headquarters in Dubai, and a number of major markets in the Far East, West Asia and Africa.
Under the changes, five experienced national commercial managers took over key positions across the Emirates Airlines network to support its commercial strategies, while the carrier deals with the changing market dynamics and works to overcome the challenges posed by the pandemic.
"Emirates Airlines" affirmed that the transfers embody the important role of Emirati national cadres within the global business operations team, thanks to the training and development programs that Emirates Airlines provides to them.
Adnan Kazim, Chief Commercial Officer of Emirates Airlines, said in a statement yesterday: “While Emirates Airlines continues to operate under these difficult circumstances, we are working to increase our focus and put in place qualified administrators with extensive experience, to help promote commercial initiatives. That stimulates demand, maximizes revenue and improves performance. ”
Kazem expressed his pride in the Emirati managers who have the experience and skills to support the company's commercial operations in these critical circumstances, and said: “We continue to work to build sustainable momentum, restore our network of lines and intensify our operations to put our tankers on the path of strong recovery.”
According to the company, the new appointments will take effect from January 1, 2021, and included: Director of Emirates Airlines in Japan now, Salem Ghanem Al Marri, who will return to work in the Strategic Planning Department at the headquarters in Dubai, and Director of Emirates Airlines in Taiwan, Jabr Mohammed. Saeed Abdullah Miran, who will manage commercial operations in the Philippines, is currently managing director of Emirates Airlines in Bangladesh, who will manage commercial operations in Hong Kong.
The appointments also included Sultan Al Riyami, who is currently director of "station", who will manage commercial operations in Taiwan, and commercial director Muhammad Al Hammadi, who will manage commercial operations in Bangladesh.
In addition to the transfers of national managers, many commercial managers in Africa and Southeast Asia will take on new or more comprehensive roles, as the director of Emirates Airlines in the Philippines, Satish Sethi, will now manage commercial operations in Japan, and he will also become the general manager of West Africa. Best Paramble, General Manager, South Africa.
The director of "Emirates Airlines" in Ivory Coast, Paulos Levis, will now manage commercial operations in Nigeria, and the director of "Emirates Airlines" in Senegal, Christopher Lyub, will also take over the management of commercial operations in Kenya.
The duties of the Director of Emirates Airlines in Ghana, Catherine Wesley, will expand to cover commercial operations in the Ivory Coast as well, and the duties of the Director of Emirates Airlines in Guinea, Arbet Bell, will also expand to cover commercial operations in Senegal as well.
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