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Etihad Aviation Group announces new board of directors

Posted 9 March 2016 · Add Comment

The Etihad Aviation Group has a new Board of Directors following a resolution of HH Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi,

The new-look board comprises:
Chairman Fadhil Al Mazrouei with board members being their excellencies: Ahmed Ali Mohamed Al Sayegh; Khalifa Sultan Ahmed Al Suwaidi; Hamad Abdullah Rashid Al Shamsi; Mohamed Khalifa Ahmed Al Mubarak; Hareb Sultan Al Yousif and Ahmed Ali Matar Al Romaithi
Al Mazrouei said “The appointment of the new board is an important milestone in the evolution to an aviation group, which has taken place over the last 18 months. This preeminent group of directors brings together in-depth knowledge and experience of both aviation and tourism, which will further strengthen the airline and the business moving forward, and ensure the right focus on the continuing development of the Group. 

 

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