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Etihad Airways appoints three Emiratis as airport managers

Posted 6 June 2016 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways has appointed three UAE nationals as airport managers in South Korea, Seychelles, and Saudi Arabia.

The carrier now has eight Emirati airport managers around the world.
 
Fatima Al Hashemi is now airport manager for Incheon, South Korea, Yousuf Mohammed has been appointed as airport manager for Medina, Saudi Arabia, and Mansour Hamad as airport manager for Seychelles.
 
Al Hashemi is the carrier’s second female Emirati airport manager, joining Etihad Airways in 2012. Mohammed joined in 2011 and has worked in Jeddah, Kuala Lumpur, Colombo, and Muscat. Hamad was in the UAE Air Force for 13 years before joining the carrier in 2011.
 
“These new appointments embody the success of our UAE National Development Programme and also demonstrates our ability to attract top Emirati talent from elsewhere,” said Ray Gammell, Etihad Aviation Group’s chief people and performance officer.
 
More than 90 UAE nationals are places in the airline’s offices across the Middle East, Asia, Europe and the Americas, with over 3,000 Emiratis employed nationally. 
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