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Gulf Air appoints new country manager for Turkey

Posted 23 March 2016 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has appointed Shadi Raweh as its new country manager for Turkey.

With over 15 years’ experience and an in-depth, working knowledge of the aviation and travel industry, Shadi has covered several management roles both within Gulf Air and in other industry organisations. He previously held the position of country manager for Yemen, initially for IATA in 2004 and later for Gulf Air in 2008. 

Ahmed Janahi, Gulf Air A/chief commercial officer said: “On behalf of the entire Gulf Air family I am delighted to welcome Shadi to his new role representing the Kingdom of Bahrain’s national carrier in Turkey.  His industry knowledge and experience will further strengthen our team, helping to raise awareness of all that Gulf Air has to offer the Turkish market.”

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