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Oman Air appoints new country manager for home base

Posted 6 August 2015 · Add Comment

Oman Air has appointed Jamal Al Azki as country manager for the airline's homeland. His new role is based in the Omani capital of Muscat. Al Azki was previously Country Manager, UK and Ireland.

Oman Air’s chief operating officer, Abdulrahaman Al-Busaidy, said: “He will be a great asset to this station, and we look forward to seeing his positive impact on the Omani market”
Al Azki has worked for Oman Air since 2009. His career in aviation began with the Royal Air Force of Oman, where he worked in air traffic control before moving on to sales and airport services roles at Qatar Airways. After a number of positions within the publishing and oil sectors in Oman, he was appointed as district sales manager for Oman Air, based in Muscat. After was acting country manager in Oman and assistant country manager in the UK, before being appointed to the UK and Ireland country manager role in 2013.
 

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