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Raja Azmi named as successor to Boutellier at nasair

Posted 9 June 2013 · 2 Comments

Raja Azmi the former CFO of Air Asia has been named as the new chief executive of Saudi Arabia's nasair.



The move follows the shock departure of Francois Boutellier who is understood to have resigned two weeks ago.

Boutellier told friends and colleagues that after nearly two years of "exciting, challenging and interesting times spend in refocusing, developing and growing nasair," he had decided to move on."

" I truly wish Mr. Raja Azmi all the best for the further development and growth nasair aims and requires'" Boutellier said.
 
 

2 Comments for Raja Azmi named as successor to Boutellier at nasair

RashidBaig

posted 1 year ago

NasAir has room to expand. It has to look for lucrative routes and they have neglected them. I can be of any assistance having 38 Years of experience with Middle Eastern Airline. Good Luck NasAir

KE.JAYARAJ

posted 1 year ago

Raja Azmi's knowledge and experience will take this airline to its best height.

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