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Gulf Air Cabin crew honoured for years of service and perfect attendance

Posted 29 June 2015 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has recently held its annual service awards honouring members of the airline's cabin crew team for their years of service, exceptional performance and perfect attendance throughout their tenure with the national carrier.

The ceremony, which was held at Gulf Air’s headquarters, was attended by members of the airline’s executive management team including Maher Salman Al Musallam, Gulf Air’s A/chief executive officer, and Captain Nasser Al Salmi, Gulf Air’s chief operating officer, both of whom congratulated the crew members and awarded them with appreciation certificates. 

Captain Nasser Al Salmi said: “We are delighted to honor those members of our cabin crew team today who have truly embraced not only their roles as integral members of the Gulf Air family, but also the culture of our national carrier which pushes us all to strive for excellence in all that we do. I am pleased to see our cabin crew commit and dedicate themselves to their profession and to do so over the years. Their performance is a true reflection of Gulf Air’s culture and is reflected in our passengers’ increasing satisfaction with our national carrier – our mission at all times.”

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