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Four Bahraini pilots promoted to Captains

Posted 17 March 2021 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has announced four Bahraini pilots have completed the final check for command upgrade training and have been promoted as Captains.

Four Bahraini pilots promoted to Captains.  Image: Gulf Air 

Ahmed Ismaeel, Ahmed Janahi, Mohammed Kamal and Mohammed Malek were congratulated by the airline’s top management for their promotion and uniform upgrade from three to four stripes.


All the newly promoted captains have started their flying career with Gulf Air beginning from second officer and completing the required training and flying hours to become first officers.


Gulf Air’s Acting chief executive officer Captain Waleed AlAlawi said: “We are very proud of our Bahraini workforce and flying crew and I’m happy to see them work their way up and be promoted from first officers to captains. This is not the peak of their career but only the beginning of them shining in Gulf Air with opportunities to become senior captains, training captains, fleet managers or part of senior or executive management in the future.”

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