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GAL ANS appoints Jesper as COO

Posted 8 February 2018 · Add Comment

GAL Air Navigation Services (GAL ANS) has been appointed Jesper Skou as its new Chief Operating Officer.

Reporting directly to the CEO, he is responsible for all GAL ANS operations. Prior to joining GAL ANS, Jesper held Leadership positions within Air Navigation Service Providers in Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland.

Jesper Skou has more than 25 years’ experience within Aviation and he is originally trained as an Air Traffic Controller and holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA). Khalid Al Breiki, GAL ANS CEO, said GAL ANS is glad to welcome Jesper to the Executive team. His appointment brings a wealth of operational experience which will be a great asset to the future of GAL ANS.

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