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AIRPORT SHOW: GAL gone GANS gain

Posted 25 May 2021 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi-based air navigation service company GAL rolled out its new brand at the Airport Show in Dubai with a number of key speakers at the conferences. The company is now showing as Global Air Navigation Services (GANS).

 

Image: GAL Air Navigation Services

“This change in company name completes the journey we started in 2018 to create a new and separate brand identity for the company,”: the company said in statement.
Yahya Al Hammadi GANS chief executive said: We are really proud to be launching our new brand, the brand will complement our vision to be responsive to the needs of customers, which we will achieve by implementing innovative technological developments. We are excited as we start our next chapter with our partners whilst we support the sustainable recovery of the industry.
Al Hammadi said the new company name compliments its vision and aligns the company brand with its strategy. “As a private air navigation service provider, we consistently work hard to deliver efficient end to end air traffic management services which unlocks value for our clients.
“Our new brand will help to present a sound offering to clients which is based on exploiting innovative technological developments to deliver safe, resilient and cost-effective operations. As a people centric business, our commitment to our people remains a key pillar of our business and values.”
navigation service provider, we consistently work hard to deliver efficient end to end air traffic management services which unlocks value for our clients.

 

 

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