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GAL ANS appoints new director strategy and business development

Posted 9 February 2018 · Add Comment

GAL Air Navigation Services (GAL ANS) has appointed David Adebiyi as director strategy and business development.

Prior to joining GAL ANS, David has had a successful and varied Air Traffic Management career spanning twenty years, having held senior management positions in Europe, Middle East and Asia.  

Adebiyi  said: "It is with great pleasure that I take up this important position within GAL ANS Executive team and I am delighted to be part of an organisation with significant potential. I look forward to continuing GAL ANS’ success and working with the team to utilise current operations as a springboard for the future with customer responsiveness and efficiency at the heart of what we do.”

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