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Captain Suleiman Obeidat elected member of AACO's executive committee

Posted 4 December 2016 · Add Comment

The general assembly of the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO) elected Royal Jordanian's President/CEO Captain Suleiman Obeidat as a member of the organisation's executive committee during AACO's 49th annual general meeting convened in Casablanca, Morocco, between November 28 and 30.

Selecting RJ to be part of the executive committee members mirrors the airline's position and role in the airline transportation at Arab level.

The AACO Executive Committee consists of the chief executive officers of nine elected active AACO member airlines who hold a three-year renewable term. It directs and supervises AACO's work, as well as the performance of AACO's Secretariat General and its institutions.

RJ participated in the 49th AGM that brought together CEOs of AACO member airlines, AACO partner airlines and industry partners from aircraft and engine manufacturers, Global Distribution Systems (GDSs), IT providers and other specialized companies relevant to the Arab air transport industry.

 

 

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