As part of the transfers of the “carrier” team in the Middle and Far East, West Asia and Europe
Emirates Airlines selects 11 Emiratis to lead operations in important markets
Adnan Kazem: "Providing opportunities for our talented managers to benefit from their capabilities, experience and leadership skills."
Emirates Airlines announced new moves in its commercial team in the Middle East, Far East, West Asia and Africa, to enhance its efforts to rebuild its global network with high demand and the easing of travel restrictions.
The company said in a statement, yesterday, that under these transfers, 11 Emirati nationals will employ their expertise and skills to lead commercial operations in important markets for the airline, which will contribute to driving growth and developing new strategies.
Adnan Kazim, Emirates Chief Commercial Officer, said: “Our efforts to accelerate the recovery of our operations and direct our collective energies towards rebuilding our global network require providing opportunities for our talented managers to fully utilize their capabilities, experience and leadership skills.”
He added: “Our outstation management program is in line with the strategy adopted by His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Emirates Airlines and the Group, which affirms our commitment to taking care of our citizens, by providing them with opportunities to advance in their careers, and to become in Ultimate future leaders.
As of November 1, the changes to the Emirates commercial team will include:
The director of Emirates Airlines in Kuwait and Iraq, Thani Al-Ansari, will become a director in Ireland, and it also includes Khaled Al-Zarouni, director of Emirates Airlines in Greece and Albania, who will become a director in Kuwait and Iraq.
The changes also include the current director of Emirates Airlines in Egypt and Libya, Ibrahim Ghanem, who will become director in Greece and Albania, in addition to the current director of Emirates Airlines in Indonesia, Abdullah Al-Zamani, who will become director in Egypt and Libya, as well as director of “Air Airlines” Emirates” is currently in Malaysia, Muhammad Al-Attar, who will become a manager in Indonesia, and it also includes the current director of “Emirates Airlines” in Tunisia, Saeed Mubarak, who will become a manager in Malaysia.
As for the current director of commercial support in India, Al-Murr Al-Marri, he will become the director of Emirates Airlines in Tunisia, while the director of Emirates Airlines in Vietnam, Mohamed Al-Wahidi, will become a director in Thailand.
The current Emirates director for the Riyadh region, Marwan Al-Marri, will become director in Vietnam, while the Emirates Airlines regional director in Pakistan will become Waheed Al-Balushi, director of the Riyadh region, while Salim Al-Manea will become the director of commercial support in Indonesia. Emirates Airlines, the regional airline of Pakistan.
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