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Travelport appoints new country manager for the UAE

Posted 19 January 2017 · Add Comment

Travelport (TVPT) has appointed Kathryn Wallington as country manager for the UAE.

With almost 12 years Travelport experience, Kathryn joins the team from Travelport’s UK headquarters in Langley where she most recently headed up business development for Southern Europe and North Africa. She takes over the role from Ghulam Al Balooshi who -having driven the team in achieving great success in the region during his tenure as UAE country manager- will remain on the Travelport MESA management team with a clear focus on Bahrain.

 

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