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Etihad Airways appoints three UAE nationals to executive roles

Posted 16 December 2015 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways has announced the appointment of three UAE nationals to key executive roles.

Captain Salah Alfarajalla, who has been with Etihad Airways since 2007, becomes senior vice president security and national pilot development, Ghudayer Al Dhaheri, who joined the airline in 2013, becomes vice president corporate security,  and Sultan Mohamed Al Mahmoud joins the airline as vice president corporate strategy. 

Ray Gammell, Etihad Airways’ chief people and performance officer, said: “I am delighted to announce the new executive roles for Captain Salah and Ghudayer and to welcome Sultan to the Etihad Airways family. Their varied and extensive professional backgrounds reinforce and expand the impressive executive management expertise we have in our team.” 

 

Ghudayer Al Dhaheri

Sultan Mohamed Al Mahmoud

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