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Gulf Air appoints Bahraini country manager in Dubai

Posted 26 June 2019 · Add Comment

Gulf Ai has appointed Esam Abdulhameed Al Hammadi as a country manager for its Dubai station.

 

“This is a great challenge for me as I move from the hub of Gulf Air to one of its most successful and revenue generating stations – Dubai. Although Bahrain and Dubai markets have similarities in terms of customer behaviour and travel patterns, I am sure there will be so much to learn,” said Al Hammadi. “Gulf Air has been a big part of my life and I will continue to serve our airline from a different geographical location aiming to promote Bahrain and Gulf Air to a wider audience.”

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