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Dnata makes new appointments to its senior management

Posted 26 October 2016 · Add Comment

Dnata has announced two new appointments to its senior management team.

Steve Allen will take over as divisional senior vice president, UAE Airport Operations, and Mark Gibb has been appointed as senior vice president, Dnata safety and standards, responsible for dnata’s safety culture globally and the company’s One Safety programme.

Allen has 15 years of experience in British Airways, and helped design Heathrow’s Terminal 5 before joining Dnata in 2008 as vice president operations, where he was instrumental in the birth of the One Dnata Strategy. 

Prior to joining Dnata, Gibb held senior leadership roles in the energy sector, most recently with Veresen and before that with Nexen and Shell. He was accountable for safety across sites in North America, North Africa, Middle East, Asia and Europe as well as in start-up, operational and growth businesses.

 

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