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CEO of SalamAir steps down

Posted 28 July 2017 · Add Comment

Oman's low-cost carrier Salam Air has announced its CEO, Francois Bouteiller, has stepped down.

The airline did not offer a reason for the French national’s departure, but the airline said the board of directors has appointed one of its members as interim CEO. 

SalamAir chairman Khalid Al-Yahmadi said in a statement to Arab News: “The board of directors of SalamAir has made a decision a few weeks ago to change the company’s CEO, and the next appointment will be announced in a few weeks. The post is currently and temporarily occupied by the advisor and aviation expert on the board of directors.”

 

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