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Gulf Air appoints Bahraini director strategy and planning

Posted 26 June 2020 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has appointed Sh. Ali bin Mohammed Al Khalifa as director strategy and planning to manage one of the airline’s main business units that is responsible for Gulf Air’s long term strategic plans.

 

Gulf Air appoints Sh. Ali bin Mohammed Al Khalifa as director strategy and planning. Image: Gulf Air 

Sh. Ali Al Khalifa has garnered a experience in the airline business since joining Gulf Air’s Revenue Management department in 2005 as a Route Analyst. He then progressed in his career within the department ending up as senior manger Revenue Management in 2013. He held that position for four years before moving on to Network Planning as senior manager Network Planning in February of 2017, which was his most recent post.

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